Originally posted by docholiday
Its a comfort thing, not an efficiency thing. It will be more comfortable but it wont reduce your power bill, and it will increase your runtimes during non-peak loads to better dehumidify. There is no magic, just a matter of what is the priority for you. I believe that with a lower humidity, you can run the temperature higher. If you like 74 and humid you will much better like 76 and dry.
I am going to try it, in my install manual it says to put 5 to "off" and 6 to "on".

Is this correct?


y1 to y
y2 to ODD

Doc, could I adjust switch 2&3 to the C config.(-10%)and is this for cooling only?

[Edited by Timber on 03-30-2005 at 03:22 PM]