Wiring HE360A to Goodman GMH95 Furnace

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Old 01-20-14, 04:05 PM
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Wiring HE360A to Goodman GMH95 Furnace

I think I spent the entire day trying to determine how to wire my Humidistat, Humidifier to the Goodman furnace. I consider myself pretty talented, but holy cow those instructions leave a lot to be desired.

Seeking advice.

Brown wire jumper on the COM gets wired to one of the black wires on the humidistat?
Other black wire from humidistat goes to a yellow wire on the HE360?

The second yellow wire from the humidifier goes to the C on the termostat control panel in the lower portion of the furnace?

I have yet to make the connections. looking for advice.

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Old 01-20-14, 09:46 PM
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Welcome to the forums.

Incorrect diagram removed.
 

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Old 01-21-14, 12:31 PM
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Thanks for the diagram. I tried to do it without reading, but opening the furnace was a little intimidating. lol....

I will wire as your diagram appears.

HUM to Yellow on humidifier

Other yellow on humidifier to one side of humidistat and the other wire on humidistat to the C.

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Old 01-23-14, 08:56 AM
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Well unfortunately when connecting the way of the diagram, the furnace would not come on until the Humidistat was turned on and I my Thermostat upstairs had a SLEEP display. When I turned on the humidistat it popped the small 3 amp fuse on the control board in the furnace.

The HUM (Brown Wire) in the furnace carries 24volts. It is ok to connect that to one yellow wire coming from the humidifier?

I also believe that the SLEEP display is coming from the humidistat connecting to the C port on the control board. It already has a wire connected which goes upstairs to the thermostat.

Any additional guidance would be appreciated.
 
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Old 01-23-14, 08:53 PM
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NO!!

That IS NOT the correct way to wire this.

The board/transformer on the humidifier may of been damaged..

Undo the wires from the humidifier, plug it in, and touch the two yellow wire together.. If the unit works then you were very luck. if it don't work, then you were not lucky.
 
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Thanks Jay. Well, long story short, I did burn the board on the humidifier. I ordered a replacement board from PexSupply. Should be here tomorrow, 1/31. I also ordered a sail switch so I can avoid any further damage to the furnace/humidifier. I was hoping to avoid that and just connect it to the furnace, but not sure if it is possible.

I am open to ideas on connecting it to the furnace, but thinking it may be best to run it through the sail switch.
 
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Old 01-30-14, 06:14 PM
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You'd wire it like this..

You will have EAC 120v hook up on the board.

 
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This is how I hooked mine up works as it should. I don't think It matters what way you have them hooked up its one big loop anyway. As long there connected to the proper terminals.
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Thanks for the diagram but your diagram doesn't pertain to the unit in this thread.
 
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