Well at least the AC side. At first, changing the fan speed didn't seem to work until I realized that there is a delay of a few seconds before the fan actually changes speed. Then the fan must be in auto mode for it to cycle on and off with the compressor. But it seemed like the only fan speed available in auto mode was low. Yesterday it was hot enough (low 90s) to discover that in auto mode, the AC will switch at least to the medium fan speed to maintain the temp and then cycle back to low. So, now I'm happy with the new Dometic tstat.
This is Texas, so a few hours later here comes a windy cold front and by sundown temps were in the 40s so I had to fire up the furnace for the first time.
Really love the dual pane windows, not just that they are dual pane, but because they are all sliders, the seals are also much better than the crank out style.
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