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#270154 25-Apr-2020 19:54
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For the past several weeks we’ve been having trouble using the iOS app for our Mistubishi heat pump.

When you adjust the temperature slider it often jumps straight back to the original temperature, or jumps up too high.

It’s happening on 2 different phones, and happens whether the phone is connected to the local wifi or over the Internet.

It seems like an app problem to me, so was wondering if anyone else was experiencing the same issue.

Thanks

EDIT: The app updated from 3.x to 4.x two months ago, so it’s possible it might have been an issue since then as we’ve only just starting using the heat pump again recently as it’s getting colder.




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  #2471283 25-Apr-2020 20:13
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We have version 4.3.1113 and it is behaving normally. The temp control has always been a bit touchy though and I have to slide it quite deliberately.

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  #2471335 25-Apr-2020 23:31
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PJ48: We have version 4.3.1113 and it is behaving normally. The temp control has always been a bit touchy though and I have to slide it quite deliberately.

 

I'd second that also.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2471386 26-Apr-2020 09:30
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I love this feature on our Mitsubishi heat pump. I’m glad we paid the extra couple hundred for it. We dont use the normal remote that came with it at all. Only thing that would make it better would be Apple HomeKit integration. I think it works with Google and Alexa?


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  #2471806 27-Apr-2020 08:44
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I can confirm it works with google assistant. You can set temperature and mode.

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