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    Airxcel Thermostat - Cool Auto settings?

    Feels like a dumb question but I've never seen this in residential!
    The thermostat has the usual Hot - Cold - Fan, hi and low settings as expected...
    What's the difference between Cool Hi and Cool Hi Auto? The manual only shows the options, but no description of the difference.

    Thanks!
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    Auto (either high or low) means the fan cycles on and off as required. Hi/low (non-auto) leaves the fan running all the time and just the compressor cycles on and off. We sometimes use high/low (non-auto) to keep air circulating even when the thermostat is not calling for the compressor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Second Chance View Post
    Auto (either high or low) means the fan cycles on and off as required. Hi/low (non-auto) leaves the fan running all the time and just the compressor cycles on and off. We sometimes use high/low (non-auto) to keep air circulating even when the thermostat is not calling for the compressor.

    Rob
    Thanks Rob!
    Figures, I should'a just run it in both modes and checked what happened. However, I'm always leery of the secret DW eject annoying husband button. Can't be too careful.
    Colin & Tracy
    '21 Chevy Silverado 3500HD LTZ/Z71/SRW, Long bed, Anderson UH
    '21 Solitude 310 GK-R

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