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When should em. heat be used on a thermmostat setting?

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Anytime your below the workable temp of your heat pump, so say your heat pump is putting out 70 degree air at the vent its time to switch. no sence in over working your heat pump

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EM HEAT.... does it stand for ECONOMY HEAT or EMERGENCY HEAT? They both conflict. Someone's misinformed.


It stands for Emergency Heat. (Back up heat) . Normally you will find it on heat pumps. It's used manually when the compressor goes out on a heat pump. It's used automatically by the unit when it's so cold outside the heat pump can't keep up. This happens when there is not enough heat in the air to draw heat from. This happens at around 23 degrees. I hope this explains what emergency heat is and what it's used for.

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emg heat refers to the back up heat of the heat pump could be electric , gas . oil , should only be used if the heat pump malfunctions or might come on to support the hp in it is unable to reach temp on its on in the heating cycle.

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