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Got a carrier wall sleeve two and half ton it works great.need to know the temp setting from the knob that starts 2... 4...6....8....10....12....14...///2 being the hottest 14 being the coldest.what is the temp in fareinght .from the hottest to the coldest.... thank you for any info///air cond///carrier,,international series

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By a digital thermometer and at each setting record the discharge air temperature.

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