okay, let me post this question AGAIN.
Why does my thermostat require user configuration everytime there is a
Btw, I would appreciate a real answer from someone familiar with this
device. If you're not familiar with the issue, then kindly rfp.
On Sep 4, 12:06 am, .p.jm.@see_my_sig_for_address.com wrote:
Well, what am i supposed to do? I've posted this question several
times but all I get are smart ass answers from people who don't know
wtf they are talking about. The Carrier Infinity system is very
sophisticated as the termostat is integrated to the onboard computer
in the air handler. . I can't just replace the f thing with a new
thermostat from Home Depot without losing some of the fan and humidity
So, being fed up with stupid responses, i've politely said "please
refrain from posting (rfp)".
I thought this was supposed to be a forum for and technically
sophisticated hvac professionals. At least it used to be. If
anything, i would thing a think a sophisticated software guru like you
would rather want to raise the quality of this forum by encouraging
I'm gonna go ahead and assume you're not referring to me.
That's not 'polite' that's rude. And your'e in someone else's
house here, not your own. So don't be rude to the inmates. It riles
them and makes them cranky. Just like if you forgot to bring the lime
jello at afternoon group therapy when it's your turn..
You want a sophistcated answer ? OK - get yourself a little UPS unit
like for a computer, find the 120V feed for the control circuit
transformer, and feed that through the UPS.
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Your Infinity Thermostat is likely defective like mine was. I had model
number SYSTXCCUIZO1-B which was about a year and a half old. I replaced it
under the 5 year warranty. The new one is the same model # but has the
Version 18 software which fixed the problem.
So if you have this problem you need to order a new one (same model) but
be sure you get it with Version 18 or higher software. This corrects the
problem of having to reprogram your unit.
The new version allows for power down and power up without further
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