I pulled off the Shure Taps...the model is: CAPF1824A6AA
YES the outside unit runs (the fan) when triggered ...so does that mean the UNIT is getting current AC?
Why are there two fuses outside...one for fan one for motor? (the are not blown - metered them)
the model number is: GBC130241AE
again i have measured two 120's making the 240 you mentioned.
A whole new world is opening up..starting to get excited..taking the back-right side top cover plate exposed the cap and relay xformer. I re-sat the red and yellow wire on the CAP going to the condensor motor. I put the fan back on top and will turn the unit on now...I have a meter...and will meter the red and yellow coming off the CAP...and will try to get a screw driver of the condensor to feel vibration (that appears challenging due to lack of access by hand. QUESTION: Is there something I could measure at the relay xformer or cap? the condenser looks new only 3-4 years old.
I have two identical units ...one for main floor which we are trouble shooting. I have both units running now...consitently the main floor air blowing out from the fan is cool (outside) while the upstairs unit (outside) is actually on the warmer side. Why is this?
Tim, added to my above comments... the air is blowing so cold on the output of the FAN (outside) that I am thinking its actually cold air conditioning. Your thoughts here please...again the upstairs unit it actually feels warm (output of the fan) ...
OK you ANSWERED the above...
I will hit the accept button after this..
My humidifer mounted on the furnace basement...it is not moving water...regardless of heat / cooling is it supposed to be moving water? I am going to take off the white cover and inspect...I beleive from memory..there is some kind of waterfall filter in there...
What do I have to do to get water moving through that system?
Why? the heck if I know...Is the water solenoid is located in the white box that is mounted on the furnace.. will check