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    Default Temperature for reverse cycle airconditioner in winter

    We have just moved into a new house that has a reverse cycle ducted airconditioner. I am not sure what temperature I should have it set on in winter.
    What temperature do you find comfortable but at the same time economical?

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    Ours is always set at 22 degrees. If it's an exceptionally cold day, I will put it up to 25 degrees.

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    My mum preached to me that Energex say 20 degrees for winter so that's what I've put it on. I couldn't honestly tell you if that's true though. The temperature is comfortable even this week when it's been 2 degrees over night.

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    Mine is set for 24 degrees for heating, and then in summer, set at 24 degrees for cooling. I was told that was the most efficient when I was researching which brand to go with.


 

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