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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by tinner73
    Originally posted by kvr
    Sorry. Maybe I am confusing the condenser stages/cycles. I mean to say the unit starts up and runs (at the the lower fan speed) from anywhere from 6-10 minutes, and is then off for about 10-15 minutes between run those cycles. So, is the lower fan speed then speed considered stage 2, not stage 1??
    sounds oversized to me. it's not running long enough to remove the humidity.
    I agree. I said earlier, if it's 100+ degrees and it's cycling off on 1st stage.


    Kvr, the low blower speed is 1st stage. 2nd stage speed will be stronger air flow.

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    What's your lastest on this?

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    Originally posted by kvr
    Sorry. Maybe I am confusing the condenser stages/cycles.

    I mean to say the unit starts up and runs (at the lower fan speed) from anywhere from 6-10 minutes, and is then off for about 10-15 minutes between run those cycles.

    So, is the lower fan speed then speed considered stage 2, not stage 1 ?

    Based on this sketchy info, it appears that the t-stat
    _may_ [ ? ] not have been set-up to run the AHU and condenser stages properly.
    Obviously not much run time for > 95'F outside temperature.

    Stage 1 = Low
    Stage 2 = High

    WRITE DOWN start/ stop cycles from noon to 4 pm
    with indoor and outdoor temperatures.
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