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I've had a RIH 2667 air conditioning and the heating mode doesn't work quite right. I've set the temperature at 25 and it will start the heating mode just fine for 15 minutes then the display number on the machine will start jumping up to 30 and above then stop from heating. The room temperature at that time was only around 20-21 degree. A technician came over and has determined that must be the indoor unit sensor and has changed it but the machine is still doing the same thing. Could anyone please tell me what is wrong with it?

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