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The lower the number on your fridge will make it cooler, but if it is still not cooling done after an hour or so, after resetting the dial, you made need to contact a technician to check the cooling system on the unit.
Hi there, this is a 21/2 ton split system. You can lower it to 68 degrees, but I wouldn't go any lower then that.Auto is for the fan only, it cycles on and off in the auto position, and in the on setting it runs all the time even when the cooling stops just to circulate the air. You can try and leave it in the on not auto as this may help the room stay cooler. Please keep me posted. Shastalaker7 A/C, Contractor. PS, if the remote does not say on, and just says auto and cool, set it to auto.
In central HVAC systems, the fan motors will sometimes have a dual motor speed. You may need the higher setting. If you are already at the higher setting, you may need a diverter in the system or bigger unit (more tonnage).
Pleas note, proper sized units may only reach a 20-22 degree split from inside to outside temp differance. This done so that moisture is removed thuss making us feel cooler. Sound stupid but our bodies feel cooler at lower humidity than higher. When we sweat the water on our skin eveporates making us feel cooler. It might be better not to look at the thermostats set tempature and maybe just walk inside and out of the house so you can feel the differance. As always you should have a professonial check the system and keep your filters clean.