I believe the system is working well under its design parameters. What can not be accounted for in the system design, is the problem you and I both are experiencing at the same ambient temps and conditions (rain. etc.) and that is "evaporative cooling". The effect of wet gloves in moving air dramatically reduces surface temperature. It would be difficult for the system to take this in to account. I found the same solution you did, cycling the system into high on a regular basis.
Taking evaporative cooling out of the equation, I think the system is very effective and works as advertised.
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Last edited by SKIZIKS; Oct 2nd, 2006 at 11:54 am.