The model number is : 4TEE3F39A
I'm not sure exactly how a variable speed air handler works. (the installers didnt bother?) My understanding it will run on low speed 80% of the time until it gets real hot and then kick into high gear. If I leave the fan switch in auto mode it works like a regular single speed A/C in high mode. It doesnt seem to slow down at all. When its in high speed it sounds like a jet engine.
With the fan switch in the on position, I can hear the fan cycle between high and low speeds, with the fan never turning off. I dont know what position the switch is supposed to be in ? (how can this possibly save money when its running all the time ? ) The installers left it in the auto position. What position is the switch supposed to be in for maximum effieciancy ?
Now that its night and the house is quiet, all the vents do blow alot harder, but are also much noisier than before. This will definitly take some getting used to. If only there was some way to quiet the bedroom vents ?
I just installed a consumer reports rated best buy thermostat - A touch screen LUX brand. (the installers were going to give me a digital, but said the one I have is much better)
any ideas/thoughts ? I would like to get some unbiased advise before I call the install company. Thanks - John