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Airflow We have a new ducted PEH-MYB reverse cycleairconditioner. We set the temperature at 20 degress for heating. Once it reaches it it then blows out cold air. We have had someone come 4 times already to fix various problems. It is not nice to sit near a duct and feel cold air. I thought the air flow was meant to stop, then start uo again when the temperature dropped just like our gas heaters? Am I wrong?

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Re: Airflow

Go to Look under the tab for library. Ib there you will find the troubleshooting guide for this model. Make sure the remote is set for cool and make sure the fan setting is not on automatic.

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