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Old 02-24-2014, 02:57 AM   #21
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Jim, If the I read the temp/ohm chart right, the higher the resistance the lower the temp is. So, unplug the temp sensor and see what temp reads on the CCC2.

If the temp is 52 with the sensor unplugged that would be a clue.

Zone 1 is the living room and Zone 2 is the bedroom? Right?

Let us know. Has warmed up in S Texas also and 2 A/C's are nice.

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zone 2 is the bedroom and when I unplug the sensor, it reads 73 and causes the AC to run. When I plug it back in it reads 54.
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Old 02-24-2014, 09:32 AM   #23
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Jim, Hummmmmmm.... Got to read some more. Is the remote sensor plugged into P4 on the bedroom unit? Did it ever work right, or is this something that just happened?

Have yet to find anything other than how to set the board switches and what plugs in where. I'm no help.

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It has worked. And works intermittently now. I'll let CW find the problem.
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Thanks Jim. Let us know. Jim
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