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How to set dip switches in highest point for multi speed blower. Have gas furnace (amana) and heatpump(amana) both 4 ton cap. My hp keeps cycling and asume is the lack of airflow.

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Yes, it could very well be the lack of air flow, how to set the dip switches, need more info on the setup or diagram or instructions, write me at wbwill@sbcglobal.net, I will try to help you

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

  • William Babbitt
    William Babbitt Nov 05, 2008

    I see the problem is still on here, are you still having issues? the heat pump cycling is expensive and hard on the unit, so if you have not resolved this, it should be soon as possible.

    Check the thermostat also.


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