why is my heat pump running on auxiliary heat

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Auxiliary heat refers to your heat pump’s backup electric resistance heating. Aux heat should only kick on when the heat pump can’t produce enough heat to warm your home on its own. This is typically caused by one of three factors: when it’s below 35° outside, you’re trying to heat your home by 3° or more, or your heat pump is in defrost mode.

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