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Old 05-06-2013, 04:55 PM   #1
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EZ Aire Series 70, Need help


I have this unit in my attic, not working right. Questions: I have a Honeywell, looks like a thermostat in the box where the exhaust fan is, settings range from -30 to 80 or so. What should I have this setting on?
Can't get help from company, they were bought out and now no support. I think this was installed to help dehumidify an indoor pool area, would be nice if it worked. Fan won't come on until I set that Honeywell settting very low. This is in Lake Tahoe so about 6000 ft above sea level, I'm writing now in May so usual temperature indoors exceeds 70 degree in the pool area. Any help at all? Anyone familiar with this unit?

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I'm not. But perhaps if you posted pics of it and the thermostat.

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http://www.apiofnhanddeltat.com/link...ers_ezaire.pdf

So here's the beast, but doesn't show or explain anything about the internal thermostat inside the fan compartment. Wish I could know how to set it and why
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Could it be:

Integral defrost system includes thermostat which
automatically shuts off supply air blower when
defrost is necessary.

The above is from the PDF.
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Can't get a photo right now, left the house but shall return. Integral defrost sounds logical but fan wouldn't engage till I turned the thermostat down below freezing. Next trip I'll try to access the intake fan and see what's in there too. Mind you very tight squeeze to get at anything. They must have built the house around this unit!
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