Hey all, Recently I moved from FL to NC - in FL I was able to maintain my room temp at the exact temp range my beers needed for the SafAle 04 & 05 yeast that I had to use. With the move to NC and the obvious climate difference here, my room temp no longer fits the range I need, so I purchased an InkBird, 7 cu ft Chest Freezer, and small space heater thinking I could maintain the chest freezer at a set 69-70 degrees. However, after playing around with it, the heat and cold air from the freezer/heater were so delayed in maintaining that temp range, that i need some assistance or ideas on how I can better maintain the temp in my freezer... It's hard to explain, but basically this is my situation. I want to maintain the chest freezer at 69. The inkbird would turn the heat on if it dropped to 67 and would turn the freezer on if it rose to 71. However, once the heat is triggered at 67 it would raise the temp to 69 and shut off, BUT the air temp in the freezer would actually continue to rise to 78ish even though the inkbird turns my freezer on at 71. And vice versa, the freezer would go until it hits 69, shut off, but the temp would continue to lower to 59 even though my heater is triggered back on when the temp hits 67. The inkbird is triggering both to turn on and off at the right time, but the temp in the freezer is delayed. What am I doing wrong, or what would you suggest I do instead?