Well, from what I read of this snarl, it sounds like you don't want the
humidifier draining water into the condensate pump if the funace is dead,
and the house is cold.
On the humidifiers I've wired, the water valve is controlled in part by the
blower fan of the furnace. So, if the furnace isn't running, the humidifier
won't get any water. In short, it's a non issue. If the furnace isn't warm,
it won't be blowing. If it's not blowing, the water won't be flowing.
You can switch the AC, if you want. That's easy enough. But I wouldn't
bother to leave the central AC turned on if I wasn't home. Another non
Have I been a bit reassuring? Hope so!
Christopher A. Young
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