Cold air during defrost cycle. What's wrong?
So I recently had IAQ stat(9421) + EIM installed. I have an all electric heat pump + air handler (1 cool 2 heat):
Product # FC4BNF036000AEAA
Model # FC4BNF036
HEAT PACKAGE (10KW):
Product # 697CNX030000ABAA
Model # 697CN030-B
Heating and the stat work ok, but I have noticed that, during defrost, cool air is blown from the registers.
Both "emergency heat" and "aux." heat work ok.
Could someone help figure out what could be wrong (may be 1 wire was missed to be wired)?
Manual for my air handler:
Decription of my the air handler's "smart heat" low voltage terminal board starts on page 46
The schematic for the board is in Fig. 39Ã¯Â¿Â½Smart Heat Printed-Circuit Board (PCB).
Diagram on page 51.
Manual for my heater package:
Decription of my heater package and its functions starts on page 4
Diagram on page 12.
My condensing unit is not equipped with outdoor thermostat.
What I don't understand is this:
How does the air handler board "know" to activate backup heat during defrost?
On the air handler board, there is W2D terminal (defrost input from outdoor unit).
There is also w2T terminal on the control board - it's used to activate emergency heat or auxiliary heat.
What I don't understand is how does the signal for defrost is processed by the air handler's control board and how should the wiring be set up for it to activate emergency heat during defrost.
From outdoor unit, W1 wire goes up to W2D terminal on the board.
From the EIM, Aux wire goes to w2T on the board.
Should there be another wire from EIM "Aux" terminal to the board w2D?