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Recalibrating temp what is the procedure for offsetting (recalibrating) the temperature?

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On our similar Goodman system, this is done through the programable digital thermostat and its menu system.
The control electronics of the furnace unit is pretty stupid and does what it is told with the exception of certain local functions such as establishing burner operation and whether the outside unit is running prior to turning on the air mover .
Check the instructions for your thermostat and if no manual is at hand, the website of the thermostat's mfr. for a downloadable replacement copy.  The thermostat unit supplied with our system has provisions for off-setting the thermostat via the built-in menu. 

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