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    Lost my Trane Confortlink II 1050 settings.

    Hi HVAC Forum,

    I don't think I'm breaking the rules as this is not really a DIY situation as everything is already installed. I apologize ahead if I am!

    Situation

    Everything works fine I somehow lost my settings. I was away for a week and came back to the thermostat "Reset". Using the manual I found where to enter them (5.3.1 Group 1 - Standard Settings*) but I just don't know how to find the answers to all the questions.
    The questions and what I have so far:

    Outdoor Unit Type: None (this is an indoor unit)
    Outdoor unit stages: N/A
    Compressor type: ?? No idea
    Indoor heating stages: ?? No idea. We did have two "zones"
    Indoor blower type: ?? No idea. I think it's non-variable based on my research

    I think these are all the settings I need to get this back functioning like it used to


    Product information:

    I have this Trane furnace: Model# S9V2B060U3PSBAA per my warranty
    I have this thermostat: ComfortLink™ II XL1050,TZON1050

    Just trying to get all the settings entered correctly! Thanks for any help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Microbrewplease View Post

    Everything works fine I somehow lost my settings. I was away for a week and came back to the thermostat "Reset". Using the manual I found where to enter them (5.3.1 Group 1 - Standard Settings*) but I just don't know how to find the answers to all the questions.
    The questions and what I have so far:

    Outdoor Unit Type: Need model number off outdoor units rating plate.
    Outdoor unit stages: Need model number off outdoor units rating plate.
    Compressor type: Need model number off outdoor units rating plate.
    Indoor heating stages: 2
    Indoor blower type: variable
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    Your message box is full and cannot receive any more messages.

    Did I ask you this already?

    Do you have ANY information on a Robershaw control?

    The one I am interested in knowing the SOA protocol details about is a Robertshaw SD31-2003.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodle Head Mikey View Post
    Your message box is full and cannot receive any more messages.

    Did I ask you this already?

    Do you have ANY information on a Robershaw control?

    The one I am interested in knowing the SOA protocol details about is a Robertshaw SD31-2003.
    I cleaned up my PM folder so it should work now.

    Let me look into this and I will PM you back.
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