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    Default EPC Heat Timer calls for heat even when the temperature outside is above 65F

    EPC- EPU heat timer calls for heat when i switch from summer mode to winter mode due to winter is comming , the heat timer calls for heat even when the temperature outside is 72F, anyone has a clue what the problem may be? I tried to calibrate the heat timer but its not working, i cannot caibrate it

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    try to contact those who sold it to you

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    es, you will not be envied, precisely in order not to have such problems, or any inconvenience, I spent well on the installation itself and on the tuner. I have been using it for five years, there are no problems, besides, I picked up the one that greatly increased the grade when passing the EIRC certificate, I received a certificate from a private company www.propcert.co.uk, I'm happy with everything, if I'm interested, I can throw off the link to the device

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