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    Bryant Question

    Hey can any one tell me if a Bryant number 312AAV024045ADJA
    is a two stage variable. Or is it just a two stage.
    Thank you in advance.
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    Bryant variable

    Well when I look at that chart it would seem that it is a variable. But...
    Now it has been a while sence I have installed one of these. But as I recall
    The variable don,t have a black,yellow,red and blue wires to select fan speeds. The variable speed motors are a differant looking beast are they not. I was wanting the "DC" motor for the energy saving and low air flow of the continuous fan. I have a pretty good air filter "system" that I want to take full advantage of.
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    http://www.bryant.com/products/furna...ferred80.shtml

    If you look under the product specs tab you'll see that it lists the blower as two speed, not variable.
    Use the biggest hammer you like, pounding a square peg into a round hole does not equal a proper fit.

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    the 315 is vs 2 stage 312 is 2 stage psc motor

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    bryant315 AAV

    So does any one have a list showing the tonage and BTU outputs(high and low) for the 315 AAV?
    As always thnk you in advance for the help.
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    Red face bryant315 AAV

    Anyone... I got to get this little problem of mine figured out. Don't they make a 70,000 BTU 3 ton? Does anyone know what it burns (btu wise) in low fire.
    I need to find get the model number for the 80% two stage with the variable speed blower motor. PLEASE!
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