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Old 10-04-2012, 09:02 AM   #1
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Carrier Infinity condensate backup question.


I'm having a new Carrier Infinity furnace & AC installed. The condensate line is fitted with a P-trap that includes a sensor to detect a water backup condition. I'm trying to find out if the Infinity controller can use this sensor to either shut off the AC or signal an alarm of some sort. Thanks.

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Carrier Infinity condensate backup question.


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I'm having a new Carrier Infinity furnace & AC installed. The condensate line is fitted with a P-trap that includes a sensor to detect a water backup condition. I'm trying to find out if the Infinity controller can use this sensor to either shut off the AC or signal an alarm of some sort. Thanks.
Yes, displays "system malfunction". Uses G terminal in furnace, its in the infinity control installation instructions.

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