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Old 05-17-2014, 09:32 AM   #15
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I went through this a year or so ago. If you replace the t stat to work with the new unit then you have to replace the control board in the other unit to work with the new t stat. I opted to go the way Happy Camper went and just replaced the control board in the new unit to work with the old t stat. Made sense to me at the time. Now if and when my other unit fails I will have to do the same thing again.
I think I see a difference here.

My thermostats each control only one heat pump (plus one Aqua-Hot zone). If yours controls multiple ACs or heat pumps, your solution makes sense.
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Hi Joe, my name is Bret and I just installed the same unit on my 08 Signature. I had to do it twice because the first one was defective. If you haven't tackled it yet and need any advice or pointers I would be happy to assist. You can call me at 303-895-5650 if you like. Good luck!!!
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