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cecily1

07:29PM | 06/21/09
Member Since: 11/15/08
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I have an old central air system with both a thermostat and a humidistat, although, there are two separate controls. I would like to know how to remove the humidistat and maintain functionality? I live in an old condo in South Florida and these units used to be owned mostly by seasonal residents, so humidity was a factor, as many residents were only here for a few months out of the year. However, we live here year round and the ac is on almost continuously, making humidity a non-issue. We would like to remove the humidistat and maintain full ac function for the thermostat. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

cecily1

08:36AM | 06/22/09
Member Since: 11/15/08
3 lifetime posts
I have an old central air system with both a thermostat and a humidistat, although, there are two separate controls. I would like to know how to remove the humidistat and maintain functionality? I live in an old condo in South Florida and these units used to be owned mostly by seasonal residents, so humidity was a factor, as many residents were only here for a few months out of the year. However, we live here year round and the ac is on almost continuously, making humidity a non-issue. We would like to remove the humidistat and maintain full ac function for the thermostat. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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cecily1

11:53AM | 06/22/09
Member Since: 11/15/08
3 lifetime posts
Did you not get the new message I sent along with the picture? I had model numbers, etc. with that response. When I sent it, it gave me a failure notice, but when I went in later, I saw it there and resent it. It looks like it sent the original message again. Oy! Let me know and I will recompose all the information. Thank you.

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