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How do I hook up the AC to this furnace circuit

How do I hook up the AC wires to this furnace circuit board. Model # GF8150D20UH11A. Also where can I get a manual. What type of thermostat should we use.

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Do not hook up line voltage to board. must first go from transformer to board.most boards operate on 24v

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NOTE: Turn of power to the furnace and the A/C outside, before looking at anything. The thermostat wire to the out door unit is a 24 volt line, this is usually a pencil or smaller sized wire, "Brown" or sometimes "White".
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