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With the BevAir DW49 does a lower number mean colder or warmer?

The Bev Air DW49 has a control with readings from 1 to 6. Does 1 indicate the coldest setting and 6 the warmest, or vice versa?

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1 is usually the warmest setting. The higher the number to colder the setting. Start in the middle and make minor adjustments allowing considerable time in between to dial in the temp of your unit.

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In almost every case, turning the thermostat clockwise with be a colder setting. Most all Bev Air are like that. Turn know one number at a time and monitor the temps. You will be able to figure it out.

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