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    Quote Originally Posted by jmbinette View Post
    I'm confused.
    This is what I have ... Thermostat control the LLSV and LP control controlling the compressor
    Sounds right now where's the compressor located ?

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    Compressor and condenser are in the basement, around 75F

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    Honestly……...Who did this job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmbinette View Post
    Compressor and condenser are in the basement, around 75F
    Why would you cycle a fan in a basement ? Is it a walk out with door left open in a cold weather location ?

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    Once it starts, the fan doesn't stop until the compressor stops. Probably why they used that type of pressure switch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmbinette View Post
    Once it starts, the fan doesn't stop until the compressor stops.

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    My mistake on the compressor control.

    BUT Again......Who did this job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pecmsg View Post
    My mistake on the compressor control.

    BUT Again......Who did this job?
    Lol pecmsg that does not add anything to it ... send me your e-mail address i'll send the invoice lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmbinette View Post
    Once it starts, the fan doesn't stop until the compressor stops. Probably why they used that type of pressure switch.
    I'm really trying to follow along here. Did you not say earlier on you were trying to adjust the fan cycling ?

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    Is there a room thermostat to control the temperature?
    PHM
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    The conventional view serves to protect us from the painful job of thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    I'm really trying to follow along here. Did you not say earlier on you were trying to adjust the fan cycling ?
    Wrong wording, my bad.
    Fan start ! This is why I said it is not the "usual" type of switch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodle Head Mikey View Post
    Is there a room thermostat to control the temperature?
    Yes but depends on the time of year ... winter will be +/- 69F and summer +/- 75F

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmbinette View Post
    Lol pecmsg that does not add anything to it ... send me your e-mail address i'll send the invoice lol
    Its in my profile!

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