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Old 06-11-14, 05:55 PM
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Need help setting my system

AUH2B060A9V3V ,t-stat honeywell #YTHX9421R5085
from EIM =W -----W1and w2 jumper on furnace
from EIM= Y------Y on furnace
from EIM G-----G on furnace
from EIM RH/RC/R ------to R on furnace�
from EIM C----B/C on furnace
from furnace B/C --------A/C condenser
from furnace Y----------A/C condenser
and last the aprilaire 500 (humidifier) is connected at W1 and B/C on the furnace!!!!!!! is this set up right? also i need help with the dip switches on the american standard gold zm� 1,2,3,4 are off and 5 =on,6=off,7=off and 8=on
THIS is how they installed my system and i don't think is right!!! anybody out here familiar with this set up??
 
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Old 06-11-14, 06:32 PM
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What model outdoor unit do you have?
I may be able to help with the dip switches with a make and model number.

http://www.blue-phx.com/pdf/Trane%20XV95%20Product.pdf

I'd connect
EIM = furnace = Condenser
W1 = W1 = NA
W2 = W2 = NA
Y1 = Y (not YLo) = Red to condenser
G = G = NA
R = R = NA
C = C = condenser white wire = remaining humidifier wire.
U1 = humidifier wire
jumper an EIM R to U1.

The top EIM R and C connect to the stat.

In other words...
Place a jumper between the R's and a U1 terminal.
connect the other U1 terminal to a humidifier wire.
Connect the remaining humidifier wire to furnace C.
 
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Old 06-11-14, 06:50 PM
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thank you houston 204 my outside unit is 4A7A6030H1000AA INSIDE COIL 4NXAB031AC3HUA i did call the installers to make sure the stages were correct and it looks like they don't know anything about this prestiges ..also i noticed the comfor R was off…i do want to dehumidify with a/c on, and i confused them even more!!!
 
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Old 06-11-14, 07:52 PM
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For dehumidification control..
Place a jumper wire between R and a U2 terminal at the EIM.
Connect the remaining U2 terminal to the furnace BK terminal.
Cut the BK jumper on the furnace control board.

Configure U2 for normally closed at the stat.
Configure U1 for normally open at the stat.

1 = On
2 = Off
3 = Off
4 = Off
5 =
6 =
7 = On
8 = Off

5 and 6 should be ramping control. I don't see it in the manual but I believe it is on the blower door. I would turn on Comfort R.
 
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Old 06-11-14, 08:14 PM
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I'd say 5 = On and 6 = On to enable Comfort R.
 
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Great! Im just confused about the cutting the Bk jumper in the furnace control!!!! I dont see a jumper on the bk , what am I supposed to be looking for? So when you connect a wire from u2 to bk , will it energize the ac (y) to dehumidify on low speed fan? Thank you for helping mė!
 
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Old 06-20-14, 07:24 AM
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@houston204. Everything is hooked up now running good. But what about the set of 4 dip switches (stagging delay and heat cycle)first 2 are on and the other 2 are off. Thank you
 
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