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    Circuit lockout on Carrier 30XA?

    Is there a way to lockout the circuit you want to work on through the navigator so the other one can still run on a Carrier 30XA?

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    Depending on which model you are dealing with, look for compressor Enable in the status or configuration sections. After password is entered choose the circuit compressor and select yes or no to set the condition you desire. Always be sure the condition is still true and LOTO the compressor before entering the circuit for repairs. Freeze protection routines will still prevail with the circuit disabled.

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    Found it. Under run status menu. Scroll to CP.UN. Select which compressor to disable. Enter password. Change it from NO to YES and compressor is locked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollow Point View Post
    Found it. Under run status menu. Scroll to CP.UN. Select which compressor to disable. Enter password. Change it from NO to YES and compressor is locked out.
    Yep you got it, if password is already in we have to navigate away from screen so it will ask if we want to save changes. If not, even when you said you want the compressor disabled it will not execute, try to make it a habit to navigate away to make sure that it took the command. At least our units software require this, don't know if there is a different software out there.

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