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I have a simple comfort 3201 thermostat it is flashing and I set the temp to 73 and it jumping to 85

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I don't know a good setting on a robertshaw 9420 thermostat, for really cold,and fast air condition.


Well Brian, an air conditioner creates the same temperature drop across the evaporator at any thermostat setpoint, so there is no setting that will get it really cold really fast. If your return air is 88 degrees (in a hot house where the system has been off) the supply air temp is going to be near 68 degrees..... as the a/c runs, the air changes within the structure cause a reduction in the average return air temperature and slowly drops the return to 87, then 86 then 85 etc, etc and the corresponding supply air temp continues to drop from 68 to 67 to 66 to 65 etc etc. Eventually the supply air temp after the appropriate 'air changes' within the structure will drop to 55 degrees and possibly even lower to satisfy the average room temp at 75, 74, 73 etc. to a point.

There are SOME newer a/cs that have two speed compressors that may effect the supply air temperature drop under differing load conditions, but thats a different ball of wax.

So, if you want it cold quickly you are out of luck, just leave the t-stat set at 70 degrees and pay the electric bill when it comes in.....

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What happen when your hvac blows cold air and the heat is set at 73


Sounds like you have a thermostat problem. If your thermostat is not triggering the furnace to ON/HEAT you will not the heat you desire. IF you know how to trigger the furnace you could jump your furnace controller wires BUT DON'T do this. Instead, get another thermostat and try it. But be sure to get the same rated thermostat... take it with you when looking for a replacement.
Not sure about everything going on with your unit based upon what you provided but your thermostat should show the current temp and the temp you set. It also show the mode that the thermostat is in (HEAT / COOL / AUTO) Manually select heat, then increase temp above the current temp setting. listen for furnace to activate or wait a few minutes for warm air output. If not, you'll have to see assistance trom a local heating and cooling company.

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I have never used central ac before - how do I set it? If it is on 75 will that cool the house? If I want it cooler, do I put it lower? like 65?


As to your question 'will 75 cool the house?' The answer is 'yes' - if the outside temperature is low enough. Typically speaking you can expect your central AC to cool a properly insulated house to a down to a temperature of about 20-25 degrees lower than the outside temperature. For example - if the outside temp is 95 degrees. You could expect to get your house down to 70-75 degrees. If the outside temp is 110 degrees then you could only expect to get the house to 85 or 90 degrees.

So .. as you can see - your 'inside' temp will be directly affected by the 'outside' temperature.

As to the operation of central air; it is very simple.

I would suggest that you not pay 'too much attention' to what you have the thermostat set on. A comfortable temperature - is a personal thing - so - I would set it somewhere - say 72 and see how I (and others in the house) was handling that setting.

If you want it 'cooler' just 'notch' it down a degree or two - if you need it a little warmer - turn it up a degree or two. Do this "fine adjusting" till you have the temperature setting you are comfortable with.

Usually the more you can leave your thermostat alone the better off you will be from a comfort position and an electrical useage standpoint. Obviously, the higher you have your thermostat set the 'less' it will cost you on your electric bill.

How high you set the temperature is a balance you have to come to based on how comfortable you want to be - matched with how much you want to hold down the electric bill.

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Thermostat keeps jumping back to 85 when i set it to desired cooling temperature


Make sure you are not reading room temp. for starters, the other solution is to reprogram the thermostat in both heating and cooling mode

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