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    Mini split cold air Temp

    Curious about this when its hot outside like 90's and humid my mini split feels like its blowing out nice cold air which is great my house is good. On the days when its 80 and not humid i feel it blows cold air but not as cold. Is this normal because of the temp or humidity diffeence? or maybe i need to lower the temp more on the remote when its 80 out.

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    The system modulates according to the demand (load). When it is hot outside I expect the demand to he higher so the unit runs closer to full capacity with a lower temperature output. As it approaches the set temperature it reduces the output so it can stay on, thus avoiding cycling off and on.
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    Actual temperature or fan speed or both.

    Dean nailed it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdean1 View Post
    The system modulates according to the demand (load). When it is hot outside I expect the demand to he higher so the unit runs closer to full capacity with a lower temperature output. As it approaches the set temperature it reduces the output so it can stay on, thus avoiding cycling off and on.
    Thanks guys makes sense

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