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  1. #1
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    trane voyeger low voltage "sensor.

    How do I know if it is calling for w y g etc.? Iv'e read the cover and the test. Jumping out did not work well in the past.

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    if it calls for w you get heat, y cool, g fan. jump the test pins and it tests, runs through each stage. if it does none of the above you have no call. and you need to call someone who knows what they are doing.

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    If its not 24v. How many is it

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    if it's on the 1,2,3,4 side of the board it's DC. if you are just trying to run it on as a 24 v system you are out in left field playing with your balls

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave sulz View Post
    How do I know if it is calling for w y g etc.? Iv'e read the cover and the test. Jumping out did not work well in the past.
    That's why you call a Pro out to give you a service.

    One last note buddy - Better not mis-spell the word "voyager" before some trane lover here goes postal on you. Just a friendly warning.

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    what is your control ac or dc ?
    work to live not live to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by local553 View Post
    what is your control ac or dc ?
    you really think he knows that answer?

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    Talking

    just like to hear the answerhttp://hvac-talk.com/vbb/images/icons/icon10.gif
    work to live not live to work.

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    Southern mechanical from tour posts it sounds like you don't. Know how to talk so you have no info just jibberjabber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave sulz View Post
    Southern mechanical from tour posts it sounds like you don't. Know how to talk so you have no info just jibberjabber.
    Dude been servicing Trane Equipment for 13yrs. from 1.5 ton res to 400 ton Centrifigul Chiller's. Your little voyager is a walk in the park.

    and from your last post you need to learn to type.

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    Please take note: the no DIY rules also apply to commercial.

    Call a pro. End of subject.
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  12. #12
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    If it is the stat with the numbers (1,2,3,etc) instead of Y,H,G then it dictates mode by resistance. It cannot be jumped out at the stat if that type.

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