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Old 2013-12-26, 07:56 PM
Mark & Lynda Mark & Lynda is offline
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Set the dial to the maximum desired indoor humidity level. If a higher relative humidity level is detected the unit will switch to high speed to correct the problem. The HRV will not stop running no matter where you have it set. It's not designed to turn on and off like a furnace.

I leave my dial in the comfort zone and let it run continuous. If I have condensation build up on the windows, I either turn the dial up a little to kick in high speed or turn down the furnace humidifier until the outdoor temp. rises.
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