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Remington PTAC Heater/Cooler

I have a Remington PTAC Heater/Cooler and it never seems to blow warmer air. When I have the temperature gauge set at 70 degrees, it blows the same temperature as when I have it set at 85 degrees, and the air is rather cool. Is there a way to calibrate the temperature of the heat blowing out? Since the air is cool, the unit keeps running and never heats the room.

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  • jameswbacher Jan 11, 2009

    Thanks for the response. Interestingly, these are all brand new units, but the same problems. I am wondering if there is an initial setup that needs to be done to calibrate the heat sequencer. Any suggestions?

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You may have a bad heat sequencer

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