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Is there a way to set our air conditioner's thermostat lower than 66 degrees?

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It is possible that your unit needs refrigerant but Before I would have someone recharge it they would have to locate the point of leak and repair it. I would check to make sure it is not some other problem first, like is the compressor operating.

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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Hi,
There can be a couple of things that could be happening...
The first and easiest thing is to check the air filter. Make sure that it is clean... clean it or replace it. Next check the air vents to make sure that they are open and giving you good air flow...
Also check to make sure that you are not icing up on the indoor coil... ice will tell you that you are low on refrigerant. You also could be low and not be icing over, but you would need to have gauges on the unit to check that.
Finally check and clean the outdoor coil...this also can give you problems if the heat is not being removed from the outdoor unit efficiently...
You may also have a unit that is sized in such a way that it hits the balance point at about 85...that means that your heat gain is equal to the capacity of the unit...I often try to size them for about that here in Northern PA. because wqhen seldom get hotter then that and the unit then is much more effective at removeing humidity at lower temperatures...

You can also check out the tips that I have wrote about Air conditioning2_bing.gif trouble shooting and maintenance...

Here is one about cleaning the condenser coil and at the bottom of that one are links to others..

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Posted on Jul 04, 2010

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I don't know a good setting on a robertshaw 9420 thermostat, for really cold,and fast air condition.


Well Brian, an air conditioner creates the same temperature drop across the evaporator at any thermostat setpoint, so there is no setting that will get it really cold really fast. If your return air is 88 degrees (in a hot house where the system has been off) the supply air temp is going to be near 68 degrees..... as the a/c runs, the air changes within the structure cause a reduction in the average return air temperature and slowly drops the return to 87, then 86 then 85 etc, etc and the corresponding supply air temp continues to drop from 68 to 67 to 66 to 65 etc etc. Eventually the supply air temp after the appropriate 'air changes' within the structure will drop to 55 degrees and possibly even lower to satisfy the average room temp at 75, 74, 73 etc. to a point.

There are SOME newer a/cs that have two speed compressors that may effect the supply air temperature drop under differing load conditions, but thats a different ball of wax.

So, if you want it cold quickly you are out of luck, just leave the t-stat set at 70 degrees and pay the electric bill when it comes in.....

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Maytag m6x06f2a like new but doest blow cold air


Make sure the Thermostat is set correctly! The problem with mine was the temp in the house was colder than my A/C lowest thermostat setting.I had my AC temp setting on 66 degrees.The temp in the house was a little lower so the AC didnt kick on just the fan blowing cool air and no compressor working. The next day it was warmer out and the house temp was 79. So when I powered up the AC set at 66 i heard the compressor kick in and the AC worked fine.

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Wont allow me to set thermostat below 73 degrees?


You never said what type and model of thermostat you have....... If you have a digital stat You may have to lower the HEAT setting below 67 degrees if you want to set the AC to 70 degrees. If the thermostat has an Auto feature then it has to have a 3 degree differences between heating and cooling. On the newer models it does it automatically if you lower the Cooling setting it will lower the heating setting......It this doesn't help repost with more information so I can help you better....

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What degree should I keep it on? 66 or 79? I can't find the manual


79 will mean that your house will be 79 degrees inside, I would think you would rather 75 or lower number. The lower the number the colder you want the room to get and the harder the AC will have to work for you.

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10000 BTU Fedders. Thermostat set to 66. Only cools to 73.


Just move the Tsat. But you have a chance of icing the unit if you are not careful. Good luck. Russ

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