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Need to know the type of heat you have. If it is an air to air heat pump, with this cold weather, you are not going to get much heat out of it. It will feel cool (a little higher than room temperature). If the temps outside stay below 25 degrees, then switch it to Auxillary (Emergency ) heat.

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