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Old 09-06-2007, 03:50 AM
Ice Cold Ice Cold is offline
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Default Re: Air Conditioner temp?

Humidistats are old technology that cause too many problems. They works by overriding your thermostat and if set incorrectly can easily freeze up your inside coil and cause service issues. It is absolutley correct that humidity plays a big factor in your comfort level. I can be 70 degrees and if you have high humidity levels it will make you feel clammy. I would suggest an all in one themostat. honeywell makes a touch screen programmable thermostat that have humidity functions built in. very user freindly
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