The air force is too powerful on the RCAC, what do I do?

The air force is too powerful on the RCAC, what do I do?

Older models can blast warm air into a room. However, most newer models include low fan settings and speed-balancing sensors that prevent air blasts. Also the “eco” setting usually has a lower fan speed. 
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