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Do you have a meter and some experience using it? The anti cycle protects the compressor from stopping and starting to soon. It can get "stuck" sometimes and not re-engage. If you want we can track iot down.
If you have a diagram somewhere on the unit , that will help also.
The delay timer is usually in the 24v circuit. 24v starts on R at the thermostat terminal in the package unit and goes inside to the stat. The stat sends it back on Y terminal for cooling. Follow the wiring from the Y terminal and it will take you through high pressure, low pressure and delay timers finally ending up on the contactor and pulling it in with the 24 v. The delay timer is quite often a 2"x2" square control. We want to put one meter lead to ground and test 24 v through the system from Y to the contactor.
First, turn off the unit and track wires and get familiar with it, and use the schematic if you have it. We want you to be able to identify the delay timer.
Ok, let me get a better picture here,
are you wanting to heat? or cool? This is a gas heat/ac unit right?
The compressor would be for cooling and the ign control for heat.
So I feel a tad bit silly now. Exactly what are we trying to do and with what?
cooling when tstat call and power is apply tp y status light start blinking six times
equip status is comperssor output delay you are to check anti timer their is no
external anti cycle timer
go to this link, open and go to page 12. We are going to try something but I want to verify this is your unit.
that is the correct wiring diagram
Your welcome, I wish you luck.