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PEH series ducted A/C units wired remote controls. Very slow to change from heat to cool in auto mod. Areas over shooting set temp. 4 units PEH2.5, 3,4,5EK

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Hi there,

it is normal, the unit may take sometime to calibrate on its desired operation. in auto mode the unit have built in timer to proceed on the next temperature in the step by step cycle,

Hope this initial info helps.

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Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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