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Old 07-10-2012, 07:07 PM   #1
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Not getting enough air how to adjust blower


I wanted to see if somebody could tell me how to adjust my blower speed. I have a tempstar model PGF030K080A serical L0149 61026..

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is this a new install?

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No, its a 2001 model never really put out enough air
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Are you having this problem in all supplier vents?
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Yes they all blow slightly
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You need to check first if your AC unit is ok. But I guess is a duct dimension issue

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