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  1. #1
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    WE HAVE A HI VELOCITY SYSTEM INSTALLED IN AN ATTIC WHERE THE TEMPERATURE EXCEEDS 100 DEGREES F. I MEASURED THE SUPPLY AIR TEMP AT THE OUTLETS AND GET ANYWHERE FROM ABOUT 65F TO 67F. WHAT TEMP SHOULD I GET AT THE SUPPLY GRILL? SEEMS TO ME WE ARE A LITTLE HIGH........

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    That depends on several things, including what the indoor temp is.

    Should usually get 20 difference min, and many get 26.

    This varies with outdoor unit size, number of outlets, humidity in the house.

    You should have your contractor come back out and check it.
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