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    I just looked at the user manual for the XL-624 stat. The humidity setting is set up through user settings which is found at the top of page 4 in the user guide. the instructions to get into the user settings is right at the top and the humidity setting is one of the first ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kls-ccc View Post
    I just looked at the user manual for the XL-624 stat. The humidity setting is set up through user settings which is found at the top of page 4 in the user guide. the instructions to get into the user settings is right at the top and the humidity setting is one of the first ones.
    Your Correct : The Installer - had enhanced Humidity Turned Off in the Installer Settings . . Once I got that Enabled there it was the Option for RH
    Wow - 65 -100 Persons Later - Big Thanks - Hope this Helps the Humidity Issue .

    Testing ..was on 50% Now moved it to 35% . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by QualityAssure View Post
    Wow - 65 -100 Persons Later - Big Thanks - Hope this Helps the Humidity Issue .
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    So you never read the entire user manual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    So you never read the entire user manual.
    Nah. He was too smart for that.
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    Haa Haa , Yes but from First Testing Last Winter - Read ( No Humidity to Test ) to Now was 10 months Later .
    I Looked at one then the Other ( Read : Installer Settings ) Months Apart ..

    Still Testing as _ Unit is Still NOT Cycling , so it could also be a Wiring Issue . .

    I'm @ a High Point of Closing in a Building , so My Time is Limited .
    You Guys have been a very good Help on this ..


    Further a Tech Manual with an Easter Egg or a Feature NOT seen in One side , but must be Turned on in another Side of Internal Settings ?
    That should be High Lighted in - BOLD UNDER LINED .

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    OK - Really Does What ?

    Quote Originally Posted by kls-ccc View Post
    I just looked at the user manual for the XL-624 stat. The humidity setting is set up through user settings which is found at the top of page 4 in the user guide. the instructions to get into the user settings is right at the top and the humidity setting is one of the first ones.
    User Settings : Are Really for system Add On Devices ? Or Read ( Leaning Stat & Set Point Sensitive )


    Really Does What ? Read ( Triggers and ADD ON Band aid Devices ) like another Electrical Sucking Device
    ( Energy Start Rated ) Whole House De_Humidifier . . . . . .

    Or Does Set Point for RH _ really Change the Entire _ Curve of How the Air Handler Runs _ Read ( Bell Curve ? )

    Bell Curve - under which the A/C Responds to Humidity in the Home ?
    Truly Smart Stat and SMART System .. ?__?

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    Well it could do absolutely nothing or it could slow the blower speed and let the A/C run below set point by a degree or two. The thing is it is not just a one setting change. "EVERYTHING" needs to be wired and configured to make it work right, which I explained before.

    Generally the more people screw around with this stuff and don't know what they are doing or what affect it has on the system just tend to make things worse. I have a saying that goes back to when I was just starting in this trade but it carries over to most things in life, "You have to be smarter than what you are working on."

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    Trane Rep - Found an Issue and Additional Tweaks on Stat . Read ( Nice Guy ) Smart Fellow .
    We all Agreed on Slowing the Air CFM . Read : ( Moved from Normal to Medium CFM _ Net Results 9 Points removed on Humidity )

    BK - Wiring got Us . Read ( Motherboard Wiring ) so Stage 1 or Step 1 wasn't Slowing at All . . . Hence one of the Reasons
    The Step 1 - was just Pushing the Humidity Right back Up ..

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    As I had said earlier the wiring has to be followed to a T, if not it won't work like it should, and it depends on application.

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