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  1. #14
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    I'm oversized also, but if I left mine set back on a 98° day, it wouldn't recover till midnight.

    As Baldie and others, when its going to be a high temp day, I hit hold. And I can maintain 72 when its 98 out. And 98 is above our design temp.
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  2. #15
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    Sounds like I just need to leave the system on and forget about it..kind of like a store...no turning it off and on based on temp & how long I will be away from the house. thanks for the advice

  3. #16
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    Sounds like I just need to leave the system on and forget about it..kind of like a store...no turning it off and on based on temp & how long I will be away from the house. thanks for the advice

  4. #17
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    Here is some good reading for you. http://www.proctoreng.com/articles/bigger.html

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