Our service-side of Technical Hot & Cold ran into a problem today: We could not find the manual to program the board on a Payne 80% furnace we were installing. It did not come with the unit, was not available in the dealer portal, nor could we find it online anywhere.
We were able to track it down and get it from our local distributor, and get the fan speeds and other settings programmed on this furnace. The new Payne PG80MSAA and PGM80MSLA differs from the prior Carrier, Bryant, & Payne models, by ditching dip switches and the flashing LED lights that indicate errors. The furnaces now feature a digital display that will display error codes and allow the various settings, such as fan speeds to be programmed.
About the Author
James Clark is the Ecommerce Manager of TechnicalHotandColdParts.com and HVAC Controls Specialist (certified in Tridium and Carrier i-Vu controls) with a decade of experience at Technical Hot & Cold. His extensive background includes service calls, installations, and providing technical support to parts customers. James has been featured in the Washington Post and continues to share his knowledge, helping homeowners navigate HVAC repairs. In his spare time, he's playing music with his children and spending too much time working on his lawn.