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Goodman GSH130301AB heat pump with Braeburn 1200 multi-stage thermostat - both less than 1 year old and installed in new construction. Heat can be set at 60, fan on AUTO, with room temp at 70 and heat will kick on and stay on. When this happens, turning thermostat to OFF does nothing - system continues to blow heat - and I can only shut it off by flipping the breaker. This only happens now and then - typically works fine. All wiring appears to be correct though reversing valve for cooling is wired but not for heating...

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    Heat runs continually, wont kick off at desired temp setting.

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The reversing valve wire needs to be on the o terminal.nothing will be on the b terminal on the thermostat

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