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    Yesterday, the sun-room was about 80-82 deg. When...

    Yesterday, the sun-room was about 80-82 deg. When all of this freezing was happening. What I would do, is raise the cooling temp and place an oscillating fan in front of the coils and the frost would...
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    Thanks, I'll look in those two directions. Does...

    Thanks, I'll look in those two directions. Does an output at the coil of 62-64 degs. Indicate a low refrigerant level? Current ambient outside temps are high 80s.
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    Thanks, but, it's clean as I've previously...

    Thanks, but, it's clean as I've previously mentioned. Also note, thus far today, no icing issues.
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    Hi, Not a filter issue. I monitor it often and...

    Hi,
    Not a filter issue. I monitor it often and is clean, as is the coil.
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    Hi, Not that I recall. It's just been the past...

    Hi,
    Not that I recall. It's just been the past few days, this has occurred. The reason I'm thinking it might be unusually high humidity levels in this sun-room, there has been some condensation on a...
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    high humidity causing this?

    Hi Guys,
    With our recent high temps have come high humidity levels. I have a through-wall heat pump system in our add-on sun-room only. The rest of the house has a big time HVAC system. Lately, the...
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    Hi Guys, Thanks for all of your replies. I think...

    Hi Guys,
    Thanks for all of your replies. I think I have it figured out. As "beenthere" has mentioned, the Piezo is there to re-ignite the pilot at such time, it is needed. This unit still has a...
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    Hi, Can you expand on this? Thanks.

    Hi,
    Can you expand on this? Thanks.
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    OK, Here's where I was going when I mentioned...

    OK,
    Here's where I was going when I mentioned the thermo-couple sensing the drop in temp....
    "A thermo-couple sensor detects when the temperature of the water drops and sends an electrical impulse...
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    Yeah I get that part. But, I'm thinking when the...

    Yeah I get that part. But, I'm thinking when the temp drops, the water temp sensor (thermocouple/thermistor ckt) creates a miliovolt to fire the "Piezo", thus the gas valve opens(?)
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    Hi, Thanks for your patience... It's a "State"...

    Hi,
    Thanks for your patience...
    It's a "State" brand Model GS650YRBT. There is one wire leading from the top of the control valve to spark igniter(?) inside the unit.
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    I'm having a difficult time trying to figure this...

    I'm having a difficult time trying to figure this out. This is a gas system with "no" electrical connections? Is there an internal spark generator of some type?
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    Hi, Thanks. Yes, I've been looking at transfer...

    Hi,
    Thanks. Yes, I've been looking at transfer switches as I have a generator, but, thus far the outages have not been prolonged to the point of real concern. I was just thinking there can be a way...
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    pilotless hot water tanks

    Hi Guys,
    Can a natural gas pilotless hot water tank be manually started? I understand how my heating system (furnace) operates and know it needs power to operate. But, in times of outages, I would...
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    Thanks, that sounds very plausible and am going...

    Thanks, that sounds very plausible and am going to add one this coming week and change the wiring.
    Thinking through this, I'm sensing the circuitry on the digital control board has two sides (?)....
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    OK. I understand what it's supposed to do. Yes,...

    OK. I understand what it's supposed to do. Yes, the 400 model does require a pad change twice per season. The problem is the solenoid valve is not opening and has never opened from new. I thought my...
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    Hi, Are you meaning I need to fill the cup...

    Hi,
    Are you meaning I need to fill the cup reservoirs with water in order to initiate the continuing process of this system operating as designed? If this is true, there is no reference in any of...
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    Humidifier solenoid valve ?

    Hey guys,
    We have a Trane XV80 furnace and Aprilaire 400 humidifier. All of this was installed last spring. Since the weather has been, somewhat, mild I didn't notice the humidifier was not working...
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    Trane T/S Model 802A Programmable

    Hey Guys,
    HVAC System is a Trane XV80 with X16i condenser
    I think I'm reading my guide correctly, so based on my installer's guide, the 802A T/S can be programmed for "auto change-over" for those...
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