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Brand new unit have 3 ton inside and out but unit runs all day and will not hold temp i run my ac on 76 but as the day get hot the temp inside will not hold at 76 ARS says they dont know whats wrong but they installed the unit said i would have lower light bill but unit runs all day light bill 900 can someone help please with a solution

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Call them back something is wrong if it is that new it is likely under charged. how big is your house square feet and what part of the country down south 400 square feet per ton if your house is more than 1250 square feet the unit is under sized since it is new did some body do a load calculation on the house if ya bought from a reputable dealer and you are getting no help call the manufacture. or the better business in your area good luck. Tom

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