hooked up harman furnace couple small details need help with

Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by jakep, Nov 17, 2010.

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  1. jakep

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    my question is i want to use this furnace and my natural gas furnace incase im out of town wife wont have to load it.im wondering about the thermostat do i need a seperate one upstairs or will the one i use for my nat gas furnace do both i have a honeywell visionpro 6000. do i jump the two furnaces together some how? thanks
     

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    I would just get another thermostat, they are cheap. You have a very nice furnace! enjoy
     
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    You’ll need separate thermostat for each unit. How’d you duct the Harman? Did you hook up to the existing duct or run a separate one? If you used the existing duct you need isolation dampers on the supply of the old furnace and new furnace.
     
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