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Dont seem to get cold air, what is the best symbol to use? There is sun, snowflake, rain drop and few others either way it takes forever to get the house cold and sometimes it just simply just does not work. Appricate any assistance

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To get cold air set temp 23 degree and mode "cool".
Now symbols:
1. fan leaves - Fan only
2. Rain drop- Dry mode
3. Snow flake-Cool mode
4. Sun- Heat
5. A or AU- Auto mode.

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Lost instruction manual for alpine air conditioner and can't seem to get it to work I cleaned the vent and worked beautifully and now all I get is hot air and don't know what to have the remote on I'd be thankful for any feedback

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