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Freezing my #### off

Fkj
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My tstat changes to 55 degrees. I set it at 77, why? And how do I fix it?

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CoolingWizard
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@Fkj ,

Check your heating and cooling schedule. You must have the 55 set there.   Simply correct the schedule or delete it.  

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CoolingWizard
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Platinum Product Expert

@Fkj ,

Check your heating and cooling schedule. You must have the 55 set there.   Simply correct the schedule or delete it.  

AC Cooling Wizard

NestPro, Google Pro, Mechanical Engineer and HVAC service company owner. If my answer solved your problem, click Recommend this Answer below, and If it helped you, please give a Kudo.

System after many years decided to change, but we overpowered the machines!! 

Thank-you 

CoolingWizard
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@Fkj ,

I am curious, what “machine” was overpowered and how did you overpower it?

AC Cooling Wizard

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