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Wiring a Carrier Fan-Powered Humidifier (HUMXXLFP) on Infinity Furnance with Infinity Thermostat

I need wiring DIAGRAM to install the humidifier to the furance. The Infinity thermostat is progammed for the humidifier. I know I need to put in a relay to connect with the furnance circuit board. Also, can the humidifier turn on the fan on the furnance, or will it come on only when theren is a call for heat?

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