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What does the EMER setting ( next to HEAT) mean and when should it be used?

Post created: 2014-11-13 Type of Equipment: Heat Pump Views: 106

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Not a problem; I just want to get familiar with the heat pump settings

On 2014-11-13 Danielle wrote:

The EMER setting for your heat pump means emergency setting. It should only be used in emergency situations. It is used when there is something wrong with first-stage heating (the Heat Pump itself). Therefore, if you notice your house is cold and it isn't heating properly.


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