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Q: How do I set the automatic climate controls?

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How do I set the automatic climate controls?

A: Your climate controls have an automatic set...

Your climate controls have an automatic setting. When this setting is on, all of the climate control features will be automatically set based on what the system deems is ideal given the conditions. Setting the automatic climate controls only takes a few seconds:

  1. Press the AUTO button on the climate controls.

  2. Set the temperature.

  3. Wait a few minutes so that the system can fully adjust and stabilize.

  4. Adjust the temperature.

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