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Answered 2008-12-18 00:32:21

When we do home inspections, we expect the temperature at any vent in the house, with the air conditioner in cooling mode, to register 20 degrees below the ambient temperature in the room.

Typical supply air temperature directly at the A/C unit air outlet is about 55 deg F dry bulb temperature.

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