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    Carrier wiring diagram

    I have a carrier Air Handler model # FA4BNFO36000AAA , and a serial number of 1905A69448, Im in need of the wiring diagrams for the wireing from thermastate and outside heat pump, I think I was told its called field wiring diagram but not 100% sure. I'm useing a outside heatpum, Nordine 3 ton unint with a 3 ton slant coil. Anny info is greatly appreciated
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    Shawn

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    So...are you a technician?

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    not a Heating and Aur Tech, Im a Aut Tech, this is going in my shop, and the Heating Tech thats heling install this askd me to try and locate this info
    Shawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaShawn View Post
    not a Heating and Aur Tech, Im a Aut Tech, this is going in my shop, and the Heating Tech thats heling install this askd me to try and locate this info
    Shawn

    OK, I'll ask.

    What are "Aur" and "Aut?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    OK, I'll ask.

    What are "Aur" and "Aut?"
    Misstype, I cant type for nothing tonight, LOL Im not a Heating & Air Tech, Im a Auto Tech.

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    Tell your tech, that the local Carrier distributor can help him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Tell your tech, that the local Carrier distributor can help him.
    yep

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    But of course..A tech should know that..
    But he must be a specialist...because electric air handler/heat pump thermostat wirings can be real tough..

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaShawn View Post
    Misstype, I cant type for nothing tonight, LOL Im not a Heating & Air Tech, Im a Auto Tech.
    OK. You're an auto tech. So, this unit is for your auto repair shop.

    First, if I were you* I would install a heater that runs on drain oil. A lot of people are intimidated into using Saf T Clean to take their oil away, but in most jurisdictions, you can still use drain oil to heat an auto repair shop.

    Second, you should have your AC tech get this info, as it is not available outside of the profession. You'd have more luck getting Toyota to give you the software in their ECM for fuel trim.





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    Why are you putting a Nordyne heat pump on a Carrier air handler???
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