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I have a Carrier 33PILOT-01 and I am trying to lower the temperature in each zone. How is this done? My zones are currently set between 70-73 degrees, but my zones are hovering at 78 degrees.

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SOURCE: zoned system one zone not working

I hit the reset button on the main unit and that reset all the sensors. It was so easy but when I called Carrier's customer service line they told me there was nothing they could recommend. Not very good customer service. Avoid Carrier brand if possible.

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Honeywell T87f 3855 Doesn't Activate Heater

thats becaue you need more than this zone working like you said about the master/slave this zone is a slave.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Carrier Comfort Zone 2 flashing E2

the e2 error on your thermostat is a problem with the return temp sensor on your system, the only thing you can really do is call a company and replace it, you can't bypass it or remove it cause the system wont run properly

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Carrier Comfort Zone II Smart Control in one zone

sounds like your zone control tstat needs calabrated or maybe replaced,in owners manual there should be a section on calibration if not you may have to replace it

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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Go to panal and reset control. Small reset button on control board. Let me know if it clears.James

Posted on Mar 25, 2010

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To adjust time follow this.

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1. To change your time zone setting, press and hold the 8 Time Zone Button. The current Auto-Set Time Zone in the

lower-right-hand corner of the display will flash for approximately ten seconds, after which the display will revert to the

standard clock display.

2. While the Auto-Set Time Zone is flashing, press the 1 Reverse and 6 Forward Buttons to select your time zone.

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1. To change your time setting, press and hold the J Time Set Button so that the clock display begins flashing.

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My Carrier LP furnace is cycling when zone 2 has two degree temperature difference. The system goes thru the start up process, lights the burner, starts the house fan, and then dies with an Event Message...


Your furnace has a minimum airflow required to keep the heat exchanger within the correct temperature range. Depending on the model, either your ECM fan motor circuitry is detecting inadequate airflow at high pressure, or the heat exchanger temp sensor is reading high.

Some zone systems have a "bypass damper" setup. This is a damper in a duct that connects from the supply plenum back to the return. It opens when smaller zones are running so the system fan can keep enough air moving through the exchanger.

Your bypass damper may be stuck or disconnected. Or, setup on your Carrier zone board may not have been done correctly. Another possibility is that your system turns out to need a bypass damper and your contractor didn't realize it and hadn't installed one.

If it used to work and this is a new problem, another possibility is your filter is not permitting enough airflow; or did you recently modify any ductwork that could have inadvertently restricted the airflow, even on the return side?

Last, verify that the Zone 2 damper opens fully when the call from that zone happens.

Good luck!

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Our Carrier Comfort Zone II thermostat, which has 2 zone readouts, currently shows a temperature of 00, as in zero zero, on one zone. That is the main zone for our home. Zone 2, for spare bedrooms, etc....


This .pdf file may be of help to you:
www.brivis.com.au/.../Carrier%20Comfort%20Zone%20II%20Owner's%20Guide.pdf
Perhaps you could get some help from Carrier Support here:
http://www.residential.carrier.com/support/index.shtml
I noticed they have an option of talking to an engineer, and perhaps they could explain how to reset or set the unit.
Hope this helps.

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Central air was added to pre-existing ductwork...when the 2 lower zones close and the upper floor zone is open, it results in whistling noise in the 2 lower zones. I beleive this is due to the size of the...


Hi, You need to have a bypass installed that has a wieghted damper on it so that it will bypass the extra air when the other zones close...that also means that you need a duct sensor to shut down the comprassor to keep the coils from freezing up...it gets a bit complicated, but can be done...


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Blank readings on Carrier Comfort 3 zone thermostat


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Zoning not programmed


Hi ill be honest this is a little tricky
There are many variations depending on a few things.
Is it heating only or add on refrig as well?
Is there a common zone or an area constantly open?
How many networker controls 1 or 2
So any way this is the set up for heating only 2 zones and common zone.

Turn the networker wall control off
in the off screen press the clock key (the time will flash)
hold down the 2 & 4 keys for about 5 seconds
depending on the model and what other appliances are lincked to it it will display either
H01 ID01 1500 (NC3 2004 onward)
1500 01 H01 (NC1&2 pre 2004)
press the (M or mode) button till you get to the N1 parameters eg N1 ID01 01
press the number 1 key or on older models top key
should then display should read
N01 ID15 01(COMMON ZONE)
Then using the dial to change the setting to read the same as below once done press the number 1 key or top key to advance to the next setting
press the number 1 key
N01 ID16 01(NETWORKER NUMBER)
N01 ID17 01(ZONE A)
N01 ID18 01(RELAY NUMBER ZONE 1)
N01 ID19 01(NETWORKER NUMBER)
N01 ID20 02(RELAY NUMBER ZONE 2)
N01 ID21 01(NEWORKER NUMBER)
then press the number 1 key followed by the on off button then, provided its all been installed correctly zones should appear and operate :-) good luck and i hope this helps.

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Carrier furnace


I'm not a fan of zoning but it sounds like they don't have the ducting done correctly. There has to be bleeder trunks installed in the unit because your are taking a unit that is designed to cool or heat a particular square footage and make it cool or heat a smaller area. This makes the unit way too big for the job you are asking it to do. If the ducting is improper, you are going to have issues like this. A lot of contractors will not admit that the ducting isn't correct due to the cost to correct it. I personally think (my opinion) that 4 zones are a little excessive. Sounds like you really need 2 units. It's hard to tell from my point of view since I'm not there to actually see what is going on. I would have a couple of different contractors come out and give you an estimate to fix the issue and then tell the installer to come and fix what they say is wrong.

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Zoned system one zone not working


I hit the reset button on the main unit and that reset all the sensors. It was so easy but when I called Carrier's customer service line they told me there was nothing they could recommend. Not very good customer service. Avoid Carrier brand if possible.

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