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Old 04-08-2016, 15:53   #1
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Questions about Ocean Marine 'Away' mode

My '01 boat has an Ocean Marine AC/heat system. The manual vaguely refers to the 'Away' mode, saying it will come on occasionally to reduce the temp a few degrees and lower humidity, then turn off.

Since Ocean Marine is no longer in business, I can't call them. So:

How well does 'Away' mode work?

How many degrees does it reduce the air temp?

Is it only for hot weather, or will it engage the heat cycle?

Any other considerations when using it?
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