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I have a carrier heat pump model # 38RQ034300 I need instructions for. To maintenance and use thermostst correctly

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That is model number for your outdoor unit. Thermostats are not dedicated to any particular model outdoor unit. You need instructions for the thermostat so the thermostat make and model number are needed.

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