I am able to troubleshoot, I have a Fluke multi-meter if needed and was an electronics technician in a previous life... Fan does not go off at all when Heat function is selected. It works when normally when Cool function is selected.
No. to turn the fan off in Heat mode I need to switch to Cool Mode, wait until the Cool On message goes off and then turn the thermostat off.
Model No. TUE060A936L3
Serial No. 4242MLW1G
I'm concerned that I did not wire it correctly...
The old and new thermostat were wired identically -
Green to G on Thermostat
White to W
Yellow to Y
Red to R
Jumper from R to RC
Orange, Blue and Black not used
I'm confused. The Trane XB80 is in the basement utility room and is a gas furnace (I think). The Rheem RPQL is outside and I thought it was the air handler and also has the compressor and refrigerant to provide A/C.
I think I may have screwed up. I have a 2 zone system and the Rheem is for upstairs but the problem thermostat is downstairs. The outside unit for the downstairs is a Trane XB10.
Model - 2TTB0030A1000AA
Serial - 4285P0G5F
Function 1 was 0, changed it to 1Function 3 was 0Function 5 was 5
Function 6 was not an optionFunction 8 was not an option
Function 13 was set to 1
Function 14 was set to 0
Made the change of Function 1 back to 0. Here are the current settings -
Function 1 = 0Function 3 = 0
Function 5 = 5
Function 13 = 1
Function 14 = 0
Yes, it's doing the same thing
Could not test this. Lower panel where the control board is located has a pressure switch, when the panel is removed the switch release and everything powers off...
I figured out how to do it. Taped switch closed so the system will run with that panel removed. I reset the system and I tapped on the small black boxes and there was no change, Heat was off but blower still runs.
I'm not sure what we did, but it seems to work now even before I ran this last test.
Heat was on, it reached the set temperature then the heat went off and 3 or 4 minutes later the blower stopped. It's now doing what is supposed to...
I'll have a local HVAC company look at it. Thanks for your help.