…in less than one hour, the house heats up by 3 to 4 degrees. (That’s a lot in the dead of summer.) So, a/c digital monitor reads 76 degrees Fahrenheit, shut the system off, and it’ll be 80 degrees in less than one hour. When it’s turned on again, it takes three hours to get back to 76 degrees. Wtf?? (I’m upset because I have a brand new a/c unit but it keeps shutting off due to a condensation pan issue.) *eye roll* I want to say that exchemist explained this to me before but I can’t find the thread, now. “Online a/c experts” try to explain it, but it’s still mind boggling to me that it takes less than ONE hour to feel like I’m baking in an oven and three hours or more to feel comfortable! Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Okay, an oven is an exaggeration, but you get the idea. I want to know why it takes longer to cool down a house than heat it up. No math equations, please.