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Old 07-07-2010, 03:41 PM   #16
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its probably too late but you can always convert that motor to a non variable speed motor just add a relay

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Old 07-07-2010, 04:39 PM   #17
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its probably too late but you can always convert that motor to a non variable speed motor just add a relay
Why too late? And how? That was an option, but I didn't have the knowledge to get it done. Thanks again.
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Y and C to relay coil. EAC terminal hooked to the center post of the relay, normally closed post hooked to cooling speed and normally open post hooked to heating speed. Only works with a standard motor,not a V drive.

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Y and C to relay coil. EAC terminal hooked to the center post of the relay, normally closed post hooked to cooling speed and normally open post hooked to heating speed. Only works with a standard motor,not a V drive.
So how you controlling the speed, in heating mode. Since its a 2 stage furnace.

Too high of a speed in first stage heat, and you can condensate in the primary heat exchanger. And rot it out.

Too low in second stage, and you over heat the heat exchanger.

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