Question about Heating & Cooling
These split AC systems usually have a remote control with a digital display. When you press the "on" button, there should be Up and Down arrows on it. Just press the correct arrow to lower or raise the temperature. The remote controls remembers the last setting you used. Many remotes have a Night-Time mode that makes the temperature change when sleeping automatically. This button has a faint picture of the Half-Moon on it. I recommend you don't use this setting. For best operation, read your owner's manual... they are available free on-line from your A/C's mfr. Many sites have a Support section with a pull-down menu where you can insert the model number located inside the front housing where the filter is. If the site doesn't have you model listed, use the "Contact" usually on the top-line menu and send an e-mail, ensure you provide your e-mail so they may send you a pdf file with the instructions.
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Check the oven to ensure that it is off and that the timer isn't running. The buttons used to set the clock are the same buttons that adjust the oven, and you may end up making unintended adjustments to the oven.
Press the "Clock" button to enter the clock setting mode. The LCD will show the current time set on the oven.
Use the "Set Temp/Time +" or "Set Temp/Time -" buttons to adjust the clock to the current time. Depending on your model of stove you may need to use the "Hour," "Min" or the "Temp/Hour" up and down arrow buttons to set the time.
Save the new clock setting by pressing the "Start" button. Depending on your stove model, you may need to press the "Clock" button a second time if the "Start" button does not work.
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