if the AH has dehum contacts it needs to be wired right. some power up for dehum some dont honeywell does not. tell him there is no shame in calling honeywell and goodman, its their equipment and they know it best
Its the goodman AEPF303616 variable speed air handler. I kinda wish I could check it myself. I asked them if the thermostat was hooked up for dehum before they left the first time and they said Yeeeah lol
It was both. They found a jumper that corrected the problem. It will now cycle on and off as it is supposed to.
I've had 2 Goodman variable speed air handlers do what you describe. I ended up finding an undocumented factory installed jumper wire on the control board causing the problem. Maybe the 2 I found were not isolated cases...
If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.
Im in SE GA hot climate. They came by this morning and hooked up a wire to the DHM 1, but it still doesn't seem like the air handler is slowing down for lowering the humidity. He wasn't sure if he needed the jumper from R to the 1s he said. Does he?