01:25PM | 12/16/02
Member Since: 12/15/02
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need information on wiring of aprilaire 600 to a 1985 Bryant forced air furnace. Have
everything installed properly. Am now wiring
to furnace. Terminals on furnace C W R G Y.
Which do i use- and do i use supplied 24vac
transformer?? There is also a hum port on circuit board- any help is appreciated>


04:15AM | 12/17/02
Member Since: 12/15/02
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thanks much....getting closer.will the humidifier work when blower is on if wired this way ? i guess i'm confused...with what you mean by circle wires together?the aprilaire instructions have me connecting the soleniod direct to the a/a on the control.i am using outdoor sensor and this is a gas i have to use 110v source or can i go to c w r g y or hum on furnace...thanks for your response


09:01AM | 12/17/02
Member Since: 12/15/02
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Hey Thanks HKestenholz
U are the man Gonna try a couple of things and get back to u with results. Thanks again!!!


08:26PM | 12/17/02
Member Since: 12/15/02
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You are the master of Aprilaire humidifer electrical hookup. I have been looking at the schematic panel on my 2002 Heil furnace and my Aprilaire 700 diagram and racking my brain since I bought the thing! Thanks


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