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    Low Ambient Control

    I have a Train high efficiency xp 1000 five ton. How do i install low ambient control?

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    Call a pro, he will surely know how to do it.
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    By contacting your contractor

    Sorry this is NOT a DIY site, might want to read the rules

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    According to his profile he is a pro, albeit a young one. He just needs to get to pro status, could be a valuable addition to this site.

    As far as adding the LAC? For now, I would just say very very carefully.
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    If he's a'pro', does the mfr spell their differently where he works?

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    Ask the place you bought the control from to install it sure they could help you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooked View Post
    According to his profile he is a pro, albeit a young one. He just needs to get to pro status, could be a valuable addition to this site.

    As far as adding the LAC? For now, I would just say very very carefully.
    1) We need to get these pro guys to get their posts up and get their Pro status.

    2) If he's installing a Trane BAY_xxxxxxxxx low ambient control, it does come with instructions.
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