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WIREIN HEAT PUMP FOR COOLING ONLY


You must wire Orange from heatpump low voltage wire to gether with your yellow s and you must have a common wire usealy common comeing out of heatpump should be black color than what ever color wire you have connected to common at t-stat and airhandler connect that to black wire at heatpump. To make sure blablack I s common follow wire up to board and it will be connected to C terminal now you will have ac all time. If you want heat remve Orange wire from reds at heatpump and you will get heat only.note when doing your wireing make sure high voltage is off to heatpump and airhandler hope this helps

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My 19 ft airstream's Penguin duo-therm a/c unit just started blowing out HOT air!!!! Why is this occurring?


If you have a heatpump model a/c unit, and it is blowing air that is hotter than the ambient temperature inside the airstream, then it is likely that your reversing valve is stuck in the open or closed position. A heatpump is basically an air conditioner that will also run in reverse (via the reversing valve) in order to heat instead of cool. The valve can get stuck for a variety of reasons, including; faulty wiring caused by rodents chewing or vibrations, insulators (dirt) between switch surfaces, or it could be a mechanical problem within the valve its self; these valves break often.

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Goettl heat pump


System failed during the night. We have no problem with restarting after power outage?

Aug 06, 2013 | LG Heating & Cooling

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Replacing chronotherm with new rth7600


R= power in G= fan Y= cooling W=heat O= heatpump reversing valve C= common used for clock on chronotherm Usually its pretty streight forward wire for wire. Unless you have a heatpump. The thermostat has to be heatpump compatable. And I ll usually use the 8000 for this. The w and y jumper may not be necesary on the new thermostat as the new one should do it internally once programed as a heatpump thremostat. At least thats how the 5000 and 8000 sreies work. So imagine the 7000 would be the same. You may also have to program the reversing valve operation not all manufactuers do it the same . Some valves have to be powered for heat while others have to be powered for cooling. Good luck

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My ac system has a model#44408 hunter thermistat and a trane heat pump. The system runs but does not change the temperature to cool the home to a comfortable temperature. is the problem in the thermistat...


Hi,
You have refrigerant leak or the compressor has died...not a thermostat problem...
You will need to get a tech. to take a look at it.

Here is a tip about troubleshooting your airconditioner...
There are many things that can cause your air conditioner not to cool...

AirConditioner Trouble - Review the Possibilities

heatman101

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Manual for a Toshiba Heatpump model RAS-16 NKV-A2


You can download your manual from this Toshiba Website. It's approximately halfway down the page. :-)

Mar 28, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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2005 s type jag a/c quit blowing cold air suddenly .just blows hot at any setting or on auto


hi,is this a heatpump or a ac unit only...if a heatpump ,there is a valve that switchs from heat tocool mode...go outside with unit running..put hand on big copper line,if it is hot your in heat mode..if cold your in cool mode....possible stuck change over valve if a heatpump...hope this helps...good luck...michael doctor airr appl.repair..843-384-8474...if need more assitance..call..its free...good luck

Mar 26, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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How to wire rth3100c to tempstar heatpump


Go to honeywell.com
Under red welcome sign
Bottom red highlighted box literature/image search
Type in thermostat model number
Click on arrow to right
Then click on the PDF files owners manual / installation instructions
If you can’t find what you want, the bottom left and bottom of web
Page, they have homeowners assistance and Home products to get the help you need.

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Disconnecting green wire from thermostate did allow furnace to run properly but every time I want to switch back to heatpump I must reconnect green wire again.Here is how wires are connected to...


Try this.

A T-stat.

Orange = O
Red = R (with existing jumper)
Black = C
Yellow = Y
White =W1 (Or AUG)
Green =G

At airhandler/furnace.

Green = blower wire (usually green, double check with schematic)
(Green should not go to the HP.)
Orange to HP
Red to red and to HP
black to blue (or C) and to HP
White to W
Yellow to HP. (It may also go to a "float switch" if installed. but that will just be a safety switch on the drain pan in case the line clogs and it overflows.)

The green is typically used for the blower motor. (furnace only)

The orange is used for the reversing valve. (changes from AC to heat, is located in the HP only)

Blue is typically used for common (or "C") but they may have changed it to black due to a broken wire, or other problems.

The only wires going to the HP should be
Red
Blue/black
orange
yellow

Orange should not be going to the furnace at all.

HP wiring should be
Orange to orange or O
Red to R or red
Blue/black to blue or C
Yellow to Y

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