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Have a new ac system installed thermostat is set at 76 shows room and setting the same all the time shouldn't the room temp rise before unit comes on.

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Yes the temp should rise 2 to 3 degrees before the unit comes on, This is called the temp swing, try lowering the temp setting and wait for the temp to drop, then set it back when you want it.

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