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Heat pump will not come on when cooling call for by t'stat. Indoor fan runs and heat pump runs when contacts manually closed but not from t'stat signal.

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There are several possibilities the first thing to check is to make sure you are getting low voltage to the control board,if there is no voltage then is a problem with the wire coming from the t-stat,or the t-stat itself, if there is low voltage (at least 24) then you have a faulty control board.

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