Question about Whirlpool Heating & Cooling
If it is a gas furnace or electric furnace you can expect 100-120 degree
air. A heat pump would probably put out 100 degree air or less. Sometimes lowering the fan speed can gain you almost 10 degrees
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is this a "heat pump" or is this a "air conditioner with a heat strip"?
A heat strip in an air conditioner will not be noticable hot but will eventually provide some warmth for a small space.
Generally, A heat pump is much better at providing heat than a 'heat strip' BUT is not as quick as OIL or GAS or ELECTRIC heat source (furnace).
What ever kind of device you have, turning up the temp will NOT make it work faster! Generally speaking, When you are calling for heat, the heat device turns on FULL, and stays on at that rate until the heat (or cool if you are cooling) requirement has been met. In other words, it is either ON or OFF. Increasing the demand will not make it work faster, contrary to common belief.
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Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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