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The setup is probably incomplete. Did you configure the thermostat for a 2 stage heat pump? The heat pump should have a thermostat wire connected to R, C, Y1, Y2, and O, that makes 5 wires. I suspect you are only using first stage compression and or first stage blower speed.
Well, it is a computer, and they all glitch, now & then, you say it clears with a power off, and thus resets it, It maybe a thermostat, flaking out, they do that, but the 6'o'clock, thing being the "Or" that sets it apart, I wonder if it isn't just a faulty control unit, as two together is too many, for a single cause, now, it sort of points there, but also, may sound silly but first, of there is any, Check your backup battery..
Check gas pressure, inspect manifold & make sure there is not a blockage.Make sure gas is present and main gas shut off valve to furnace is on also check the knob on the 24 volt gas valve and see if it is in the on position , check the MV terminal on the gas valve to 24 volt common with a volt tester to see if you have 24 volts present, if you do have 24 volts at gas valve, replace valve. if you do not have 24 volts at gas valve check high limit control & roll out limits for a open circuit, Good luck.
Actually yes! You can install electric elements in the plenum that turn on by your thermostat. The convection blower from the furnace can be used. You can also install a heat pump system that will give you both heat and air conditioning.
It actually sounds like you may have answered the question yourself. If the mercury isn't breaking contact, then obviously it's still calling for more heat. This is a common problem with the old mercury thermostats and are usually replaced with digital ones that are way more accurate. The are fairly cheap at Wal-Mart and such, and replacing one is basically all color coded.
Did they check the sensor in the plenum. You are suppose to have bonnet sensor to switch from heat heat pump to gas whaen it is to cold for the heat pump. The bonnet sensor may be to bad. The unit is cycling ever five minutes because it may have five minute time delay.
I just replaced a thermostat on a york furnace model gy9s100c16up11h. During the process i connected the red and white wire and the unit came on after making the connections it will not come on even if I jump the red and white wires without the thermostat. Thanks
yes i can , you need to hookup the r and the o together so that the reversing vvalvce is allways energized . so with that im mind send r,y,c,o to theout side unit. at the ahu you'll hook up the 5 wires for the furnace, r g w1 w2 com and at the thermostat r,w1,w2,y,g,com,o then you will be set (the o get hooked up to o and goes straight out side.