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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    I'm in Lancaster PA.

    What model number is your stat.
    Eh, that's at home. Its the one that handles duel fuel but NOT dehumidification. I think that has a discreet model number. ??

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    TH83201006 (or higher 1008) does multi system, but not dehumid.

    TH8321... does the dehumidification.

    Adam

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    8000 series. Its called cool temperture control.
    A very high ISU #

    Not allwed to tell you which one. Or how to get into it.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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    Well, if its the combo of keys that gets you into the 'installers options', I know what they are. My tech left the installers guide for me in addition to the user's guide. That's how I set the fan to blow for 90 seconds after compressor shut down and that's how I set the CPM to 2 from 3 *unless we are talking about something differant*

    So why can't you tell me which setting to futz with? Is that a forum rule I'm asking you to break? I'm pretty sure that setting is the answer to my issue.

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    Yes.

    It would fall under DIY, and step by step instructions.
    Which is not permitted on this site.

    Here, from the header of this screen.

    Questions and discussions pertaining to HVAC for the home. No pricing, no DIY, please read Site Rules
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    Ooops, sorry. I interpreted DIY as actual tin installations, compressor installs, etc. I didn't think this fell under that, but its okay. I appreciate how far you have gotten me all the same.

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    Jopopsy;

    Beenthere can't tell you the what the cool temperature control setup function does.
    You're not supposed to use the installers guide.

    Adam

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    I know I'm not supposed to have it. My tech spent a good 2 hours going over the system with me; I guess he felt I wasn't going to botch anything up. I really only wanted it to manually fire off my propane furnace to test it once a year before the heating season came into full swing. I like to test my systems out and find any problems early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    8000 series. Its called cool temperture control.
    A very high ISU #

    Not allwed to tell you which one. Or how to get into it.
    Okay, I found it. I can surmise, based on the description of the settings I can choose from, which one I can try. Its easy to revert back to the factory setting, so I can see if this does the trick.

    Thanks again Beenthere. As always !

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