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Q: How do I change the temperature unit?

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How do I change the temperature unit?

A: The temperature of the climate control syst...

The temperature of the climate control system can be set to either Fahrenheit or Celsius. To do so, press and hold the Mode button. While holding this button, press and hold the Dual button for at least three seconds, at which point you will see the display change.

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