How do you force the heat pump on??
This as been baffling me from the git-go and I have made s similar post before. We have been dry camping in Alaska for a couple of wet months and I finally have 50 amp for a few days. I'm wanting to get the humidity out of everything by running the heat pump, forcing air over the coils and wringing out the moisture, right? This morning it was 68 degrees inside and I raised the thermostat, which is set on electric heat, to 71 degrees. The furnace comes on low heat. So I turn it off and on to electric heat a couple of times and it does the same thing. Prior to this the heat pump has been coming on the way I want it to. I pulled the fuse on the furnace to see if this would help and it killed the thermostat. I know there is some association between the heat pump and furnace in that the furnace comes on after each heat pump cycle, but, I would think, I should be able to force the heat pump on. Does anyone know how this works or should work?
PS- The furnace just cycled back on low heat.
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