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Diagram wiring is it possible to wire in a variable humidistat for the dehumidifier function of the airconditioner, according to tech support it is set for 60 % humidity, I want to go to a lower humidity setting

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You could replace the Thermostat with one that allows you to to set it lower, or get a different humidistat that goes from 0-90 , There is always ways around, Thus this great website.
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