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Outside unit runs all the time set it on 70 during DAY and it still gets up in high 70s t

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Pleas note, proper sized units may only reach a 20-22 degree split from inside to outside temp differance. This done so that moisture is removed thuss making us feel cooler. Sound stupid but our bodies feel cooler at lower humidity than higher. When we sweat the water on our skin eveporates making us feel cooler. It might be better not to look at the thermostats set tempature and maybe just walk inside and out of the house so you can feel the differance. As always you should have a professonial check the system and keep your filters clean.

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