why isn t my heat pump go into auxiliary heat

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Unlike a furnace, a heat pump doesn’t create its own heat but takes heat from the outside air. The problem occurs when the temperature drops below freezing at 32° F, as there isn’t enough heat in the air. When that happens, your system switches to emergency heat, otherwise known as auxiliary heat.

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