Question about Heating & Cooling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look on the indoor unit and see what they do you hav common from trans former yellow for compressor white for elect heat then reversing valve usually orange green for fan on the out door unit board you can tell what is common and what is for heat
Posted on May 09, 2009
Your wiring concerns may be more with the thermostat wiring connections than the condensor connections. if you look inside the cover of the evaporator unit (usually called air handler) there should be a wiring diagram glued to the panel cover. This diagram will show all 3 units (stat,cndsr, airhndlr) and the wiring needed between them. Trane and Lennox are notorious for having the most wiring between components. You also need to be sure the stat is the correct type for the system (i assume this is a heat pump system) and there can be as many as 9 wires from stat to system and 6 wires from inside to outside units. Also, the stat will have a wiring diagram with it that shows most typical system wiring including the wiring between in and out units. Your best bet (if you have no diagram on the unit or with the stat) is to call trane and have their tech division fax a diagram to you. Goodluck,Macgivor
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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