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  1. #1
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    If you have fan on low just to to move the air and the ac or heat comes on, will it override low setting and go to medium or high if it needs to.

  2. #2
    Yep

  3. #3
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    This thing just gets better and better

  4. #4
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    Will it override and go to medium or high as need be for your call for heat or cooling? No. It will go to exactly the right CFM needed for your call for heat, cooling, or dehumidification, complete with ramp up and ramp down and adjusting cooling CFM on the fly to get the right mix of sensible and latent.

    This Low, Medium, High thing is only there to simplify constant fan speed setting for the customer.

    And if you have it on constant fan, it will also suppress the fan for a few minutes (5?) after a call for cooling finishes to help the coil drip dry before you start blowing across it again. Once it's had a chance to dry out, the constant fan goes right back to your setting. You don't want that condensate going back into the air stream, after all

    All I can say is I've had it for seven months, and yes, it really does just keep getting better and better.

    [Edited by wyounger on 03-11-2005 at 04:12 PM]

  5. #5
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    That fan should be running continuously no matter what. Thats what its for.
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  6. #6
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    coolwhip

    If fan should run continously, why doesn't it just revert back in low all the time with the option for med. and high?

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