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I cant get my thermostat to go on from 40 degree--to 69,but it will go on from 70 -- to 80

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Mcdevito75 here, If this is at an initial Start up it"s normal, if the unit thermo will not kick in at 65--69 after the unit has been running a while, you may need a re-charge of freon.

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