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3-zone Ductless System Question

2023.03.25 00:18 Kobayu83 3-zone Ductless System Question

I just had a 3-head ductless mini split system installed and I'm curious to learn a little bit more about it. When one head is calling for heat, but the other two are not, do all three linesets run heated? I ask because in this scenario, one of the units that's powered off is reading 80+ degrees (temp reading comes from a sensor in the head unit). I went outside and felt the three linesets and all three of them were warm to the touch, even though only one unit is powered on and calling for heat.
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2023.03.24 17:54 BdoeATX Running RV air conditioning from the car alternator.

I recently upgraded my vehicles alternator and power wires to 450amp capacity.
I have 2 rooftop air conditioners for my RV with no power source hookup.
I have a new high capacity 450amp alternator, which I would leave the engine running to power our stuff.
The AC are 10k BTU each, and draw about 12amps of current on AC (each so 24 amps total if using both) on 110v.
Using a 12v to AC inverter, can I handle at least one?
I know how to do math and figure out the voltage/amperage needs, but iv also heard this puts a big strain on the engine as well as the belt.
What's the point if I can't use my alternator to it's capacity? And it is viable?
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2023.03.23 17:43 plus1111 Replace system - or not

I'm reading about the new tax incentives and an wondering...
We have a 3,000 sq.ft. house, 2 floors and basement. There are two 100,000 btu, 80% Carrier furnaces that run parallel. They are older and use belt drive blowers. They are in excellent condition. A single newer Trane air conditioner sits on top of them. I'm pretty sure the ductwork is from and older, probably oil gravity system. The house is wood frame brick built in 1942.
We have an averaged gas bill of about $100/mo right now and we use about 1000 kWh a month on average.
I can do the math for gas usage of replacing an 80% furnace with a modern efficiency furnace but I'm wondering if there would be electricity savings as well.
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2023.03.23 09:08 jacobtaylorus 2023 Trane vs. Carrier Air Conditioner Review

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2023.03.23 08:28 YakeshCS Daikin Inverter Split AC Review in tamil 2023 Model (Copper PM 2.5 Filter Triple Display Dew Clean Technology Coanda Airflow 2023 Model MTKL35U White) Best air conditioner in India. Capacity: 1 Ton 3 Star 1 Ton 5 Star 1.5 Ton 3 Star 1.5 Ton 5 Star

Daikin Inverter Split AC Review in tamil 2023 Model (Copper PM 2.5 Filter Triple Display Dew Clean Technology Coanda Airflow 2023 Model MTKL35U White) Best air conditioner in India. Capacity: 1 Ton 3 Star 1 Ton 5 Star 1.5 Ton 3 Star 1.5 Ton 5 Star submitted by YakeshCS to u/YakeshCS [link] [comments]

2023.03.23 03:15 m0tylpo Guide to Become a Paramotor Pilot

I wanted to share my process on how I was able to put myself through training and become a paramotor pilot so I can hopefully motivate and guide another person who's interested into actually doing it!
I would say the best thing to start doing is start saving. Work as much overtime as you can, until you can at least pay for your training and have enough to purchase new or used equipment.
Training can run anywhere from a few hundred dollars (probably not a safe or good school) to a few thousand. So lets say at least $2,000 for your training, which should include use of school owned equipment (paramotor and glider). You're going to need another $6000-12000 for the paramotor and the glider for once you're finished with training.
Once you have enough saved, you should have a school picked out already. Shop the schools near you, look up their reviews, social media presence, prices. Call and ask if you can come check out their facilities and see if they offer "discovery flights". This will give you a feel for if you even want to do it by yourself, and you'll get to speak with the people who will be teaching you, before you fork them over a large amount of money. You also want to make sure that the school you will attend DOES let you use their equipment. Buying your own equipment before you even fly is a horrible idea and would be comparable to buying a car without test driving it or sitting in it. A good school will have various glider brands and models for you to try to see which you like best. A good resource to find schools, or private instructors is this link here. If they are not on this list, there is probably a reason for that. https://usppa.org/
Once you have one picked, BOOK IT. Here is my experience with my training at Midwest Powered Paragliding in Franklin, IN. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBQuI1S3W8o&t=142s
During training, you will be on an A rated glider (beginner), probably will be an ozone pwr 2. More than likely your training will consist of the following (summed up version)
  1. Classroom training
  2. Visual aides (learning the glideparamotor parts and functions)
  3. Learning to kite the glider on the ground with forward launches
  4. More kiting
  5. More kiting
  6. Reverse launches and more kiting
  7. More kiting
  8. More kiting
  9. More kiting
  10. Walking with the paramotor on and getting a feel for the throttle and how the thrust feels
  11. Simulator (you will be hoisted into the air wearing a paramotor to walk through launch and landing procedures)
  12. First flight - Instructor will guide you through every single step over radio.

Weather is a huge factor in this, and I actually did my first flight on my first day of training, because almost he entire week I was booked, the weather was horrible. So I did quick classroom, visual aides, few hours of forward kiting, then simulator, and off I went into the sky with no problems. I actually nailed all of my launches and landings except for one of them where I butt landed.

As long as you do well at training, and finish training, and feel confident afterward, they'll probably recommend something a little more advanced than the PWR2. Once I finished, I was recommended to get the Ozone Spyder 3 and I did. I also was able to purchase one of the school's older model parajet mavericks that they had just done extensive service on for a decent price. The one I bought was a 2019 and actually ran much better than any of the newer models I flew.
I hope this helps another person who dreams to fly one day, because it is an amazing experience and I truly think EVERYONE should do it. Feel free to share your experiences if you already fly, or if you have anything good to add to help!
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2023.03.22 23:08 flipzone BLACK+DECKER BPT08WTB White 1 Portable Air Conditioner, 8,000 BTU SACC/CEC (12,500 BTU ASHRAE) $577.17 (lowest)

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2023.03.22 17:14 Damabamaofficial کولر گازی هایسنس 24000 دماباما

کولر گازی هایسنس 24000 دماباما
بسیاری از برندهای محبوب و معروف جهانی در زمینه‌ی تولید و عرضه این دستگاه تهویه به رقابت می‌پردازند. هایسنس (Hisense) یکی از 10 تولیدکننده برتر لوازم خانگی و الکترونیکی جهان می‌باشد. جالب است بدانید که خرید کولر گازی‌ هایسنس از دهه 1380 به بعد وارد بازار ایران شد. با ما در دماباما همراه بوده تا با انواع مدل های کولر گازی هایسنس 24000 آشنا شوید.

کمپرسور کولر گازی و اسپلیت هایسنس 24000

از مهم ترین ویژگی های کولر گازی هایسنس 24000 همانند کولر گازی هایسنس 12000 که همه‌ی شما به آن توجه دارید، نوع کمپرسور به کار رفته در این کولر گازی است. مشخص است که انواع گوناگونی از کمپرسور در انواع مدل های کولر گازی هایسنس 24000، به کار رفته است. کمپرسورهایی نظیر روتاری، پیستونی، اسکرال و… در ساخت انواع کولر گازی به کار رفته اند. خوب است بدانید که در بیشتر مدل های کولر گازی هایسنس 24 هزار کمپرسور روتاری تعبیه شده است.

از مزایای این کمپرسور می‌توان به موارد زیر اشاره داشت:

کم مصرف • کم صدا • دارای مکانیزم جا‌به‌جایی مثبت

قیمت کولر گازی هایسنس 24000

قیمت کولر گازی هایسنس 24000 همانند کولر گازی هایسنس 30000 به مشخصات و ویژگی هایی آن دستگاه بستگی دارد. در نتیجه این قیمت بستگی به مدل کولر گازی هایسنس 24 هزار متفاوت می‌باشد.
مصرف کنندگان دوست دارند دستگاهی با قیمتی مناسب خریداری کنند. اما توجه داشته باشید که تمام تمرکز خود را تنها روی قیمت پایین نگذارید. زیرا در این میان برخی سودجویان محصولات غیر اصل و بی‌کیفیت را با قیمت بسیار پایین‌تر برای ترغیب خریداران ارائه می‌دهند. در نتیجه به شناسه کالا و گارانتی کالای درست توجه ویژه‌ای داشته باشید. در دماباما، می‌توانید انواع مدل‌های کولر گازی هایسنس 24 هزار را با شناسه کالا و در عین حال با قیمت مناسب خریداری کنید.

گاز مبرد کولر گازی و اسپلیت هایسنس 24000

برای عمل تبرید و سردسازی بایستی سیال گاز مبرد در این دستگاه تعبیه شده باشد. اکثر مدل های کولر گازی هایسنس 24000 توسط گاز مبرد R410a تولید شدند. این گاز دوستدار محیط زیست بوده و در نتیجه کولر گازی هایی که با گاز مبرد R410a تولید شده‌اند، دوستدار و حافظ محیط زیست می‌باشند. به دیگر بیان این کولر گازی ها آسیبی به طبیعت و لایه اوزون نمی‌رسانند. مساحت قابل پشتیبانی توسط کولر گازی هایسنس 24 هزار
از دیگر شرایطی که توجه به آن از واجبات است، متراژ قابل پشتیبانی محیط توسط دستگاه کولر گازی است. مساحت قابل پشتیبانی توسط کولر گازی 24 هزار هایسنس به ظرفیت آن و بسیاری ویژگی‌های دیگر بستگی دارد. حتما به نکات قابل توجه و ویژگی‌های خاص محیط مورد نظر توجه داشته باشید. از این نکات خاص می‌توان به موارد زیر اشاره داشت:
• قرارگیری واحد زیر پشت بام • نورگیر بودن واحد • داشتن پنجره‌های بزرگ • تعداد افراد بالای حاضر در محیط
میانگین متراژ محیط قابل پشتیبانی توسط کولر گازی و اسپلیت هایسنس 24000، 34 تا 45 متر مربع می‌باشد.

مشخصات کولر گازی 24000 هایسنس

می‌دانید که هر مدل این دستگاه ویژگی ها و مشخصات مختص به خود را دارد. با این وجود به صورت کلی برای اشاره به مشخصات کولر گازی هایسنس 24000 می‌توان به موارد ذیل اشاره داشت:
حالت خواب عمیق • طراحی زیبا و مدرن • عملکرد کم صدا • دارای نمایشگر دیجیتال مخفی به همراه ریموت کنترل • پنل داخلی با قابلیت باز و بسته شدن جهت شست و شو • محصولی کم مصرف • امکان کنترل سه دور فن پنل داخلی • قابلیت ریست اتوماتیک • نمایشگر کمپرسور • ریموت کنترل • دارای قابلیت عملکرد حداکثری • فیلتر پلی پروپیلن برای جذب ذرات گرد و غبار و باکتری‌های آلرژی زا • دارای قابلیت تنظیم دستی باد افقی و تنظیم اتوماتیک پرتاب باد عمودی • عملکرد هوشمند
جهت استعلام قیمت کولر گازی هایسنس 24000 به سایت دماباما مراجعه و برای خرید کولر گازی هایسنس 24000، در سایت دماباما اقدام کنید.

کولر گازی هایسنس 24000 دماباما
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2023.03.22 02:21 surigata Stayed at an apartment that was kinda dirty and had a couple other problems. What should I mention on the review vs a private message to the host?

It's my first time writing a bad review on Airbnb. I had a 10-night stay at a small apartment where it was kind of disgusting to use any dishes or cups since they were dirty. The kitchen towels, sponge and mop were also dirty, as well as the shower curtain, which hung from a piece of wire (this was not shown in the pictures).
Other things I noticed include:
The apartment included towels, shampoo and conditioner but had no soap in the shower (or anywhere in the home). My partner and I ended up having to buy soap for the shower and a new sponge as well, so that at least we could eat from clean dishes.
What should be included in the review and what would be better if I told the host in private? I'm kinda afraid that my review will get taken down. I have never seen a detailed review on Airbnb.
I should add that the price was similar to other available apartments on the same location.
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2023.03.21 15:28 BroMandi Midea Duo 14,000 BTU (12,000 BTU SACC) Smart HE Inverter Ultra Quiet Portable Air Conditioner with Heat-Cools Up to 550 Sq. Ft., Works with Alexa/Google Assistant - $629.99

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2023.03.21 15:28 BroMandi Midea Duo 14,000 BTU (12,000 BTU SACC) Smart HE Inverter Ultra Quiet Portable Air Conditioner with Heat-Cools Up to 550 Sq. Ft., Works with Alexa/Google Assistant - $629.99

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2023.03.21 15:26 GreenNapster Midea Duo 14,000 BTU (12,000 BTU SACC) Smart HE Inverter Ultra Quiet Portable Air Conditioner with Heat-Cools Up to 550 Sq. Ft., Works with Alexa/Google Assistant - $629.99

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2023.03.21 15:08 BroMandi [Amazon] Midea Duo 14,000 BTU (12,000 BTU SACC) Smart HE Inverter Ultra Quiet Portable Air Conditioner with Heat-Cools Up to 550 Sq. Ft., Works with Alexa/Google Assistant - $629.99

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2023.03.21 15:00 snkde Midea Duo 14,000 BTU (12,000 BTU SACC) Smart HE Inverter Ultra Quiet Portable Air Conditioner with Heat-Cools Up to 550 Sq. Ft., Works with Alexa/Google Assistant - $629.99

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2023.03.21 13:50 dapeche [OPEN DISCUSSION] Weekly thread

Welcome to the (roughly weekly) Open Discussion thread.
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As a growing community we find ourselves having to limit the posts that may be off-topic to the primary purpose of the sub of 1) home improvement questions and 2) sharing of completed projects. These topics include home warranty companies, household tips, general painting advice, room layouts, or rants about companies, contractors, and previous owners. While these may be of interest, we are trying hard to provide a venue that will both allow, and constrain, the conversation. Again, the main goal here is to help homeowners with their homes. Thus, this thread. Thank you for participating.
If you have questions about the recently passed Inflation Reduction Act please post them here as well. The Department of Treasury has also created this FAQ page regarding the bill that may answer some of your questions.
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Comments must be on-topic, helpful, and kind. Name-calling, abusive, or hateful language is not tolerated, nor are disrespectful, personal comments. No question is too stupid, too simple, or too basic. We're all here to learn and help each other out - enjoy!

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2023.03.21 09:36 arielhairandbeauty Hair extensions London

Hair extensions London
Are you thinking about getting hair extensions? If you're based in London, you're in luck – there are plenty of places to get them done. In this article, we'll take a look at some of the best places to get hair extensions London. We'll also explore the different types of hair extensions available, and give some tips on how to care for them.

Hair extensions in London: where to get them

If you're thinking about getting hair extensions in London, the first step is to find a reputable salon that offers them. This can be tricky, as there are many salons that claim to offer hair extensions but don't necessarily have the experience or expertise to do them properly. Be sure to do your research and read reviews before you book an appointment.
When you go in for your consultation, be sure to ask about the different types of hair extensions available and what type would be best for your hair. The stylist will also be able to give you a price quote for the hair extensions. Once you've decided on a salon and type of extension, it's time to book your appointment and get excited for your new look!

The different types of hair extensions available in London

Hair extensions are a popular way to add length, volume, and thickness to your hair. There are a variety of hair extension types and methods available, and the price can vary depending on the type of hair extensions and the method used. Hair extensions require extra care and maintenance, and can be damaging to your natural hair if not done correctly.
The most popular type of hair extensions in London are wefts. Wefts come in a variety of colors, textures, and lengths. Some wefts are made with real human hair, while others are made with synthetic fibers.
Hair extensions can be applied using a variety of methods, including bonding, weaving, fusion, and tape-in. London salons typically charge between £100 and £600 for hair extensions.
When choosing hair extensions, it's important to consult with a stylist to determine which type and style will best suit your needs. Extensions can be a great way to change up your look, but it's important to make sure they're applied correctly in order to avoid damaging your natural hair.


How to care for your hair extensions

To properly care for your hair extensions and avoid damage to both the extensions and your natural hair, follow these tips:
Deep condition regularly: Deep conditioning is important for all hair types, but it's especially important for those with hair extensions. The conditioner will help to keep the hair hydrated and prevent the hair from becoming dry and brittle. Be sure to use a conditioner that is specifically designed for use on extensions.
Brush carefully: When brushing your hair, be sure to use a soft-bristled brush and start at the bottom of the strands, working your way up. Avoid yanking or pulling on the hair, as this can cause damage. If you notice any tangles, use a wide-toothed comb to gently remove them.
Use a sulfate-free shampoo: Sulfates can strip away natural oils and moisture from the hair, leaving it dry and damaged. Look for shampoos that are sulfate-free and gentle enough for use on extensions.
Avoid heat: Heat styling tools can damage both natural hair and extensions. If you must use heat, be sure to use a heat protectant spray and keep the temperature on low. Allow your hair to air dry whenever possible.

The benefits of hair extensions

Hair extensions offer a number of benefits that can be appealing to those looking for a change. Extensions can give the illusion of thicker hair, as well as add length and volume. They can also allow you to try out different hairstyles without damaging your natural hair.
One of the biggest benefits of hair extensions is the added length they can provide. If you've been longing for longer locks, extensions are a great way to achieve that look without having to wait months (or even years) for your hair to grow out. Extensions can also be used to add thickness and volume to thin or fine hair.
Another benefit of extensions is that they allow you to experiment with different hairstyles without damaging your natural hair. If you're considering cutting your hair short, but aren't sure if you're ready to commit, extensions can give you the opportunity to try out the look before making the chop. You can also use extensions to add temporary color or highlights without using harsh chemicals on your hair.
Extensions do require some extra care and maintenance, but when done correctly, they can be a great way to change up your look without damaging your natural hair. Be sure to deep condition regularly, brush carefully, use a sulfate-free shampoo, and avoid heat styling tools to keep your extensions looking their best.

The drawbacks of hair extensions

Hair extensions can be a great way to change up your look, but they come with a few drawbacks that you should be aware of before making the decision to get them. Here are some of the main disadvantages of hair extensions.
One of the biggest problems with hair extensions is that they can be expensive. The cost of hair extensions will depend on the type you choose as well as the method of installation. In some cases, hair extensions can cost a few thousand dollars. Furthermore, you may need to buy special shampoo, conditioner, and styling products which can add even more to the cost.
Another downside to hair extensions is that they require extra care and maintenance. You will need to brush them regularly and carefully in order to avoid tangles. It is also necessary to deep condition them from time to time in order to prevent damage from the bonding materials. In addition, you should use sulfate-free shampoo and avoid heat styling tools so that you do not damage the hair. Because they are attached with bonding materials, they can also be uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time. Some people even report feeling itchiness or irritation on their scalp when wearing extensions.
Finally, while hair extensions offer many benefits, they do not always look natural. If they are installed incorrectly or not taken care of properly, they may start to look frizzy or dry. The bonding materials may also become visible over time. Additionally, because they are not growing out of your scalp like your natural hair does, they will not move in the same way when you style it.
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2023.03.21 01:35 Snoo_86004 What's a reasonable heat pump quote in the PNW in 2022?

First time home owners. Trying to determine if this is a reasonable price. The company is local and I've read overall good things about them but have only done two other quotes, been pretty busy with work so setting up quotes has been slow.
Original quote for basic AC: Air Conditioner (1) Trane Side Discharge 4TTL6018A1000A 18k btu Indoor Coil (1) 4TXCB003DS3HCA 30k btu
Upgrade air conditioner to Trane XR16 high efficiency, side discharge heat pump (m/n: 4TWL6024A1000A).
So I am assuming the heat pump option would be $9,700
We have an approx 1200 sq foot home already ducted for gas heat, though the attic has no ducts so would not be cooled by this. Are there other questions I need to ask about this quote?
Thanks for any input.
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2023.03.21 01:02 Aggravating-Sea-2697 ACIQ!?

How has hvacdirect.com kept all the customer reviews of these systems hush hush? Anyone have the true scoop on system reliability and performance? I’m quite the online detective but cannot find much info or reviews
My house is due for a new HVAC system and I’m trying to determine if this system is worth my time or not. On paper it looks great but very little user reviews. My options is to:
A) Roll the dice on ACIQ
B) Drop some major coin on Mitsubishi systems
My requirements:
2x 24k btu heat pump + air handler with low temp capabilities
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2023.03.20 18:52 cmarie22345 Am I expecting too much from the contractors that renovated our basement?

We recently got our basement redone and we have had problems pop up after the completion. They had to come back out a few times to fix them, but I’m unsure if some of these are even their responsibility so I wanted to get some feedback!
We had a completely unfinished basement and got drywall put up separating the basement into three areas, a bathroom installed and epoxy floors. They completed the whole thing pretty quickly and seemed to be working pretty diligently.
The issues we had: 1. The doors they installed are not opening and closing properly and are getting jammed and stuck. 2. No hot water was coming through the faucets in the bathroom. 3. They had to move our washer and dryer around. Our dryer stopped working completely after and we found out that there is something wrong with the gas valves inside the dryer. We are unsure if this is a main gas line issue (which they had to change around during the renovation) or something within the dryer. It was over 15 years old, so we just assumed it couldn’t handle being jostled around. We bought a new electric dryer. The contractors told us they installed an outlet for an electric dryer - this was not requested or part of the original ask. We appreciated it for sure, but when the new dryer got delivered, it was discovered that there is NO electricity coming through. So clearly they messed something up with the outlet. 4. They didn’t re-hook the ventilation hose when moving the dryer to new location. They just left it open and the hose ripped. 5. During the renovation process, there was one day where they had removed some old appliances we had in the basement they agreed we could leave there at the start. They left the appliances outside, uncovered, overnight while it was below freezing and during a snow storm. They didn’t tell us they were leaving them out. Some of the appliances broke from this (air conditioner, humidifier). 6. Some nails they used were coming through the other side of the wood and sticking out, exposed, on the side of the stairs. 7. The washer started leaking and we found that the water line hookup was super loose and needed to be tightened.
They came back and fixed the hose and hot water issue. And they are supposed to be coming back to look at the electrical dryer outlet (was supposed to be here at 9am this morning but STILL waiting after no showing on Friday).
Im assuming all of these issues are technically their responsibility, but I’m new to this and not sure if I’m expecting too much? We are happy with the overall product and they got it done pretty quickly. They are also being responsive and coming back to address the issues. But they are hounding us to post a review and we don’t feel comfortable doing so until everything is addressed.
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2023.03.20 09:32 rangerdad202 AI for checking floor plans for compliance

G’day Architects,
I’m a project engineer who spends hours and hours each day walking around site checking and double checking plans for compliance to relevant codes, standards and the rules of my employer. I’m interested in removing this task from my role as it bores me and is time consuming. I’d like to automate it.
Do any of you know of AI or software that can be used to review floor plans and run certain rules and highlight issues?
  1. I receive a plan in my inbox in pdf and dwg
  2. check the egress path is >1000mm.
  3. check that there is adequate coverage of fire hose reels.
  4. check that there are open floor wastes drawn in all wet areas.
  5. check that each room is provided with an air conditioner condensate tundish.
  6. check that there are no clashes between services
Etc etc.
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2023.03.20 02:56 Kobayu83 SENA/30HF/T Set Point Differential Question

SENA/30HF/T Set Point Differential Question
Hi, all! I'm new to DIYHeatPumps and hoping to get some advice. I just installed a SENA/30HF/T tri-zone unit and I've noticed that when I have the heat set point at 69 on one of the units, it will get down to 66 or lower before it starts any heating. Is this normal? If not, what can I do to close the gap between the set point and room temp?
  • The unit is set to heat mode and the fan is set to auto.
  • I'm using the "follow me" function on the remote to read the room temp.
  • The correct room temp seems to show up in the NetHome Plus app.
  • The correct set point is showing up in the NetHome Plus app.
  • The room has been slowly dropping from 69 to 66 over the course of a couple of hours and the unit has not started heating at all in that time.
  • The other two units in other rooms are powered off.
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