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bryant evolution stat question

Posted by sunroomguy (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 27, 13 at 12:35

we have a recently installed bryant hybrid system using propane. when the heat pump is operating, the fan runs on high speed. when the furnance is firing, the fan runs on low. i can barely feel any air movement when i hold myhand over the registers. my heating guy tells me this is the correct set up. my thoughts are- if the fan was on a higher speed, it would heat up the rooms faster requiring the system to run less. from a cost effective stand point, is my thinking incorrect. are there any bryant experts out there than can advise me. thanx in advance for your comments.


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RE: bryant evolution stat question

Does the Bryant furnace have multiple speeds? What are the model numbers of the furnace and heat pump?

If you have a multiple speed furnace, I would expect it to go into high fan speed at some point in time. You may have a set up problem.


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