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Q: How do I use MyTemp?

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How do I use MyTemp?

The MyTemp feature allows you to save a temperature setting so that you can easily return to it. To use MyTemp, follow these steps: 1. Set the temperature controls to your desired levels. 2. Press and hold the MyTemp button to save the temperature. 3. Press and quickly release the MyTemp button at any point to return to those temperature settings.

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