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Too frequent on/off cycle


My Goodman awuf2 runs too frequently in heat mode, 1.5 min on, 3 min off.
Any selection points to change ?
pls advise.
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Is it reaching the temp. set on the T-stat? Is the T-stat digital? If so the differential on the T-stat(the temp.difference between where it turns on and turns off) is probably set at about .5 degrees. I recommend changing it to 1.5 degrees. The instructions to reset it should be in the T-stat manual.

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