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    I know it makes sense to use the desuperheater...

    I know it makes sense to use the desuperheater when heating, but does it make sense to use it when heating2 kicks in?
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    Got it. From the CXM Control Manual: ...

    Got it. From the CXM Control Manual:

    Extended Compressor Operation Monitoring - If the
    compressor relay has been on for 4 continuous hours,
    then the control will automatically turn off the...
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    Yes, that's exactly what it does. Every four...

    Yes, that's exactly what it does. Every four hours it shouts off for five minutes. Why would it be designed to do that? I thought the most stressful part for the unit was the startup?
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    Just to update the thread, I had a tech check out...

    Just to update the thread, I had a tech check out the unit and he found nothing wrong. No error codes, all levels/pressure normal. He did mention that the compressor may be shutting down for five...
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    It could be a normal cycle off then, I'm just not...

    It could be a normal cycle off then, I'm just not sure if it's exactly every four hours. I have a tech coming soon.
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    I've contacted my service tech. I'll let you...

    I've contacted my service tech. I'll let you know what the problem was when it's resolved. Thank you again for the responses.
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    Thank you for all the replies! The only thing...

    Thank you for all the replies! The only thing shutting off is the compressor. The fan stays on and the tstat is still calling for heat. After five minutes the compressor comes on again. The coils...
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    Yes, it's a heat pump that shuts off randomly for...

    Yes, it's a heat pump that shuts off randomly for five minutes by itself mid cycle. Why would the safety control shut it off?
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    Is it normal for compressor to cycle on/off?

    I'm running a Tranquility on a closed loop. The system has no trouble maintaining temperature, but when the system has been running for a while, the compressor will shout down (even though the house...
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    The result of having a cutoff switch to the...

    The result of having a cutoff switch to the electric heat will be that on the coldest of days, stage 2 heat will not be enough to heat your house to temperature. That wouldn't fly in my house. ...
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    I should add that I'm located in a zone 5 climate...

    I should add that I'm located in a zone 5 climate and I pay 13 cents a kW...more than double what you would pay.
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    Nat gas prices rose sharply this winter and can...

    Nat gas prices rose sharply this winter and can be just as volatile as propane/oil. My geo cost me $300 per month in the two coldest months this winter to heat up and provide hot water for my 3900...
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    I get it now. Thank you for the answer.

    I get it now. Thank you for the answer.
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    desuperheater setup question

    I'm currently using a Tranquility 27 with a two tank water heating system. I've got it set up as per page 16 of this manual. My question is about shutoff valve #4 in the two tank system. According...
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