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What inside temp is it keeping?
OK is it maintaining those temps easy and what size house and what ton unit?
So there are two units?
OK are both running fine? Also is it holding temps good?
OK there is no reason the humidity should be that high have you had the pressures checked on both units lately?
Does it feel muggy in the house?
Have you tried a different humidity monitor? Maybe it is off?
Can you pull the house down to 68 or will it not go that low?
Ok try that and see if that changes the humidity and post back to me please.
Typically that would be a home that is not tightly sealed or does not have good insulation and is getting more outside air than the system can dehumidify. For those cases they would need an additional dehumidifier to run to help drop the level there is not much more that can be done for that issue.
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