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Please check if the compressor is running, if not, then
there is no warm air generated. Please contact the RHEEM dealer about it. Aircon compressors are run
with a thermostat. So, you may try setting the aircon
thermostat to maximum, so that the compressor run,
and you can have your warm air. May this info help you.

Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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