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Can you bypass piggyback system if you want to just use heatpump. John

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I'm assuuming you are talking about your furnace or 2nd. stage heat, when you say piggyback system. Yes you can go to your thermostat or furnace and disconnect just the 2nd. stage heat wire(see furnace wiring diagram), this will not allow the heat to come on in the furnace but it will still allow the indoor blower to run and the heat pump.

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