Is there a recommended amount of time I should keep my RCAC on?

Is there a recommended amount of time I should keep my RCAC on?

This will depend on where you live, temperatures and how long you are at home.

It is best to just use your RCAC in the rooms you are in and then turn it off when you leave the rooms.

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