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What's the average temperature central air conditioning should blow at?
July 05, 2008 4:33AM
Our house's outlet temperature at the floor register is about 14C/57F on a day when the outside temperature is 30C/86F. But I feel the register temperature is a bit too warm...
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measuring how effective your air conditioning is at the supply air diffusers will not be an accurate gauge of it's function. The temperature measurements should be taken just above and below the evaporator coil. The return temperature (below the coil, if not possible, then upstream of the blower) should be 15-20 degrees Fahrenheit higher then the supply temperature. Keep in mind that this temperature difference is affected by the blower speed as much as it is by the function of the air conditioning system. Therefore it can only indicate that something is not functioning correctly, but will not troubleshoot which part of the system is malfunctioning.