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Old 08-28-2011, 06:33 AM   #15
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We couldn't get it to come on at all no matter how long we waited and we turned it down to 59
Then we turn the light on, at first we were doing it on the light itself then we stareted to use the wall switch. We waited a minute once we turned the light on and then the AC came on and if you turned the light off while the AC was running it would knock the AC out and it would NOT come back on with out that light on. We also noticed when we switched the light on if the fantastic fan was running and you switch it on it would bog down for a second or two
We can't get it back into service until October
Thanks for your suggestions.
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Old 08-28-2011, 07:55 AM   #16
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We couldn't get it to come on at all no matter how long we waited and we turned it down to 59
Then we turn the light on, at first we were doing it on the light itself then we stareted to use the wall switch. We waited a minute once we turned the light on and then the AC came on and if you turned the light off while the AC was running it would knock the AC out and it would NOT come back on with out that light on. We also noticed when we switched the light on if the fantastic fan was running and you switch it on it would bog down for a second or two
We can't get it back into service until October
Thanks for your suggestions.
Starship,

Now that description sure sounds like the thermostat 12v is wired to that wall switch.....will the AC run with the wall switch on and the light off at the fixture?

It's not likely, but it could be factory, any mention in the manual or during your orientation? Anyone else here have the same concern?

Easy solution...control the light with the fixture switch and keep the wall switch on when using the AC.

POI...the AC draws a lot of power on start-up so the FF slow-down is not unusual.

Bob
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