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Warm Air in Cooiing mode

I need support on a new Goodman 16sx heat pump. Wiring this beast seems to be a problem . I can be reached at 570 801 1507 thank you

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Warm air in cooling mode usually means that the thermostat needs to be set to energise the reversing valve in cooling. To do this is simple just by opening the stat and moving the selector switch to o. Everything else will wire color to color. r-r, g-g, y-y, o-o, w-w and brown. If you want the heat strips separate wire brown to emergency heat on thermostat. Hope this helps, RepairUSA

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