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What is the standard defrost timer control setting

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Usually every 6 hours will keep the evaporator coil clear of frost. I set the time at 45 minutes per defrost. This unit has a defrost termination control that kicks it out of defrost when the coil reaches a certain temperature. The defrost timer is only a backup if the defrost control fails.

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