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paceinternet wrote: »
Anyone care to calculate how this could influence the operation?
richardc1983 wrote: »
Andy I would make sure that your reading the temperature from the air inlet side of the unit where the coil is this will give an accurate reading as to whether the unit is short cycling cold air.
Measure your outside temperature in the shade too.
albyota wrote: »
Andy, just a thought, if your roof is well ventilated, (as is Mine) then on very windy days, where small fibres and dust get whipped up, what would stop the coil from eventually getting blocked...I'm sure youv'e thought of this.....
Andy_WSM wrote: »
I am pretty confident of my outdoor temps - in fact, I run a weather station
I'll move the loft sensor on the weekend. I could even cable tie it to the back of the unit so that it is in the flow of air being drawn through the unit.
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