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My appartment does not have cenral AC/heat, it has a GE cooling/heater unit in each room. You can set up low heat or high heat but it continues runing on until you manually stop it when is to hot. Is there a way to set up this units for temperature autocontrol on/off?

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  • paofo Oct 04, 2008



    thank you this information is helpful. However, I have experienced that if leave the unit on for a long period, such as at night, the temperature in the room keeps rising no matter what setting I am using, even "low heat". I tried and the room temperature can increase up to 8-9 degrees in two hours. So, I have to get up and turn off the unit manually. I was wondering if this could be avoided by installing something such as an automatic temperature control to the unit? a thermostat that would keep the room temperature constant to a set degree? Thank you.

  • paofo Oct 04, 2008

    Unfortunatelly no. We have tree rooms and a GE unit in each room, but no wall thermostats.

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I bought a house and it has a Rinnai RHFE-556WTA Direct Vent Heater i the living room the set temperature will not increase above 76 degrees and the room temp stays a 80 degrees so the unit will not turn on to heat the room..........i need to increase the set to about 85 degrees from the set temp right now of 76. How can i go about doing this, any help will be greatly appriciated.

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The unit runs all the time because of the fan (ventilation motor)-but it is not working on cooling or heating all the time - The ventilation motor pushes the air from the room through the machine and when the termostat is reading that you set it up for cooler air or warm air it will turn on the air conditioning part or the heating part of the machine-it is very good system actually

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  • Adrian F Oct 04, 2008

    unless you have a thermostat installed in a nearby room it is possible to install a thermostat 

    do you have a thermostat anywhere on the walls in the nearby rooms?

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