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  1. Answered...yes. Thanks again

    Answered...yes. Thanks again
  2. I get that, but seeing that I've already done...

    I get that, but seeing that I've already done that at a heavy cost I came to you to learn what to ask them and learn how this system actually works. For example almost every HVAC person I've talked...
  3. Thanks Gary and all that have spent time helping....

    Thanks Gary and all that have spent time helping. Now I know what to tell the pros (???) that come to fix it.
  4. OK The EGR analogy works...when combined with it...

    OK The EGR analogy works...when combined with it depends what you are hooked up to. Knowing that many sensor in automotive systems have feedback loops to control a devices operation. The EGR valve...
  5. So Honeywell and Coleman are wrong when they say...

    So Honeywell and Coleman are wrong when they say lower voltage on R to G ( 13 to 16 volts) is a problem when R to W & Y is 27.5 volts. Then what should it be?
  6. I tried to reply but it didn't go through. So...

    I tried to reply but it didn't go through. So when they test the voltage from R to G and R to W or R to Y it's not a valid test? In the post missing I stated that the stat was replaced, but failed...
  7. And that is what Honeywell expects the home owner...

    And that is what Honeywell expects the home owner to do if you can test the voltage at the stat. All the other info was done by a certified HVAC company and recheck by them as part of their...
  8. Thanks, I'm going to go purchase another tstat...

    Thanks, I'm going to go purchase another tstat today. It's frustrating because all of this stuff is less than a year old and I'm going to be out of pocket well I guess I can't say...many many many....
  9. I'm just following the direction from Honeywell...

    I'm just following the direction from Honeywell while on the phone to try to get them to warranty the Tstat. They said with stat removed to but the red prob + from the volt meter to R at the wall...
  10. The outside unit is running as well as the...

    The outside unit is running as well as the inside, so when the Tstat fails to turn the system off it starts getting cold.
  11. Honeywell and low voltage R to G causing stat to keep system running

    This all started with a call to Honeywell for what I thought was a defective Tstat less than a year old. In fact the complete HVAC system was replaced less than a year ago, but let me start from the...
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