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A/c is on and the gas heat suddenly will turn on

Circuit board is been replaced / because of the air condioning is running and then suddenly the gas heat will fired up.

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Not my area of expertise Cedric.

Just wanted to state, someone hooked that replacement circuit board up, wrong.
Or the thermostat wires aren't hooked up right.

Best suggestion here is you repost this question.

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joecoolvette

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