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Heat pump wiring

Dear Sir/Madam,
I have a York heat pump Model # E2EBQ24AQ6A.
Recently I have installed a Forced Air 2 stage heating Gas furnace in my house and I don't want to use heating from heat pump. Just I want to use A/C. Could you please let me know how I can do the wiring for the heat pump to the furnace circuit board. The thermostat wires are already hooked up to the furnace and its working. R,G,W.
Thank you for your time.
Regards,
Reza

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Yes i can , you need to hookup the r and the o together so that the reversing vvalvce is allways energized . so with that im mind send r,y,c,o to theout side unit. at the ahu you'll hook up the 5 wires for the furnace, r g w1 w2 com and at the thermostat r,w1,w2,y,g,com,o then you will be set (the o get hooked up to o and goes straight out side.

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