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The temperature reads 99degrees even thought the temp inside is as programmed therefore it runs continuously and never shuts off.

I have programmed the lower zone to 54 degrees. It seems to be holding that temp inside but due to the display reading 99 degrees the fan runs constantly and is in the cooling mode 100% of the time. I had to unplug the unit so my electric bill wont go through the roof. The upper zone does not have this problem.

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