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Heatpump runs constantly and only gets up to 68 degrees and never shuts off??

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Usually when this happens it is bacause you have a slow leak in the refrigerant system of the heat pump. The system is still working some, but it is low on refrigerant. You should have this system looked at by pro to see if the leak can be found and the system rechargedm so that it works properly and efficiently.

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The sensor is usually inside the housing for the thermostat. If it hasn't been dusted in a while, then it can be hard for air to get inside to affect the sensor, though this would generally cause it to lag on readouts and run the temperature higher than you wanted.

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