I have a brand new Rheem RGRM07EMAES that's outputting tops, 100 degree heat here in Minnesota. Installer has been spending the last couple of days playing around dip switches, messing with the default rise temp of 55. Aside from the amount of air being pushed out, he has been unsuccessful in getting the heat output above 100 degrees.
We measured return and supply temps and it's averaging around 30+ for rise. Because of this, he adjusted the heat rise so it was closer to that number. However, we got temp readings in the mid 90's with this and of course, it didn't blow as hard.
My question is, should I be expecting higher temperature output, as I'm being told it should be around 125? I have an older model American Standard in another portion of the house that's the same size and is blowing out around 120. Please let me know your thoughts and if I can provide any more info.