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Getting cooler air

Greetings, I've tried everything in the manuel to get my air conditoner to a "cool" 62 degrees all over my house, but it just doesn't seem to want to do that!! The cool setting is set at 76 & the Heat setting is set at 68. Is this the correct setting to get 62 all over the house. We have central air conditoning (Payn air conditioner) is the name brand I see on the air conditoner. Filter's are clean inside as well as outside. {{{Help please!!!!!!!!!}}} Hubby had a stroke & its so hot here about 100 degrees today>Vacaville, CA

Thanks in advance for your assistance,
Ksweet2015@Comcast.net

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  • Ksweet2015 Jun 23, 2008

    Thanks! Your advice solved my problem..... :o) My "Brand New" Trane air conditioner is work perfectly. I had the installer to set it

    at the temperture you suggested & now we're completely comfortable at that setting. Thanks again Fix Ya! You're the greatest online fix it I know!!!!!!

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If you are desiring to have it 62 degrees in the house, the cool setting needs to be more to like 66 deg and the heat setting needs to be like 58 degrees. that would make it more around 62 degrees in the house.

change the heat setting first to 58 and then change the cool setting to 66. this gives your temperature 62 +/- 4 deg.

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