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Carrier Window AC 19,600 BTU with Remote / Model is APX195BA

When checking the control board, what are the output voltages on the PCB Transformer terminals 5, 6 ,7 & 8. Terminals 1 and 2 are 220V line to line. I am assuming it should be 12 V and 5V but not sure. Thanks

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Re: Carrier Window AC 19,600 BTU with Remote / Model is...

Hi,The PCB Transformer use for the relay switch 12v ,The Term.# 5,6,7 is for the Fan Motor speed Low,Med,High 220v .

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