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Have just bought a 1HP chigo airconditioner and observed that the airconditioner always first default to 30 degrees and much later (in some cases hours) before moving to the preset temp on the remote control each time i activate the swing button on the remote. Is this how the equipment is designed to operate or a fault?

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This is not a fault

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