Question about Heating & Cooling
To change into degrees Celsius, open battery cover and you will find four dip switches. They are numbered one to four. You will need to switch number three off and then reset the controller. Reset if performed by holding the "SET" "CLEAR" "HOUR UP" and "HOUR DOWN" buttons until the display clears. The remote should now be in degrees Celsius. Below is a part of the manual that I have regarding dip switches:
SW1, SW2-Selection of Reverse Cycle or Cooling Only ModelSW3-Selection of degrees Celsius or degrees Fahrenheit SW4- Selection of time displayed in 12hr or 24hr format.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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