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Hooking up my honeywell he360 humidifier on my carrier furnace

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  • AgentW Jan 11, 2009

    I am attempting to wire my HE360A Humidifier to a Carrier 58MXA funace. The Furnace has a HUM connector that will have 24 VAC when humidifier demand needed (presumably, though I have not verified this with a meter).



    How is this wired into the humidifier and humidistat; it has two yellow wires (which I believe are only looking cor continuity - Humidistat contacts closed...etc) and two red wires which as stated on a warning label, supply 24 VAC.



    Please advise.

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