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Q: How do I set the automatic climate control

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How do I set the automatic climate control

A: The automatic climate control feature contr...

The automatic climate control feature controls all of the climate controls for you, based on a temperature you set. To turn on the automatic climate control, press the AUTO button, and then set the temperature. Press AUTO a second time to turn off the feature.

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