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Hello, I have a sanyo ac model # xs3622, c3622 and was wondering if there is a heat setting. I live in a warm climate and have never needed the heat. The remote control has a heat setting but when I change it to heat it still blows cold. Any help would be helpful. Thanks

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Your a/c model is only cool, but remote may be heat and cool which normally supplied by all manufacturers. Don't worry. In your remote heat mode will not respond by unit. Helpful advise?

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