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    Nicole
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    What is the best thing to do with the AC when you are not home

    (errand/portion of the day)? Turn it off or turn it up or just leave it?



    Nicole








  2. #2
    herberkids3
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    Turn it up so it's less cold, but leave it running. It takes more

    energy to re-cool the house after it warms up than it does to lower the

    tempreture a bit.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Nicole" <bnlbjfamily@...> wrote:

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    > What is the best thing to do with the AC when you are not home

    > (errand/portion of the day)? Turn it off or turn it up or just leave

    it?

    >

    > Nicole

    >










  3. #3
    Thomas & Tracy Harris
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    get a programable thermostat and you can set it higher when you are not home.

    Thomas & Tracy Harris
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    Nicole



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    Vickie
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    Leave it on....it takes more engery to cool the house after the A/C has been off than it does to leave it on.

    Nicole <bnlbjfamily@yahoo.com> wrote: What is the best thing to do with the AC when you are not home
    (errand/portion of the day)? Turn it off or turn it up or just leave it?

    Nicole




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  5. #5
    Maja Drouin
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    We always have it on auto, set it on like 75 or so, but havent had it on for a

    long time now.



    Thanks,

    Maja








  6. #6
    armstrca
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    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left"><SPAN class="949133113-24092007">That depends. Is it central or a window unit.
    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left"><SPAN class="949133113-24092007">For central leave t on, but at a 5 deg higher temp then you normally have.
    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left"><SPAN class="949133113-24092007">For a window unit, turn it off.







    From: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Nicole
    Sent: Friday, September 21, 2007 1:48 PM
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    Subject: Budget101.com : AC<SPAN class="949133113-24092007">
    <SPAN class="949133113-24092007">
    What is the best thing to do with the AC when you are not home? Turn it off or turn it up or just leave it?

    Nicole



  7. #7
    DGates
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    turn it up to a higher temp it wont have to work as hard to completely cool a

    house from being off.



    Donna






  8. #8
    dnawalker
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    <FONT face="Arial Narrow">That depends on where you live and how hot it is at the time. I live in Georgia. I would NOT turn the air off while gone for the day. I would, however, turn it to about 80 or 82 if I am going to be gone for a LONG time.
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    <FONT face="Arial Narrow">April



 

 
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