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I have a EWC OR-6 control panel. I wanted to combine two of my 4 zones, so I removed the thermostat wires to Zone 2 and jumped all of the M connections (M1, M2, M4, M5 and M6) across the Zones 1 and 2 in the panel. This seemed to work at first, but now I've noticed that both damper motors are runnin...
- Sun Feb 14, 2016 7:29 am
- Forum: Help and Advice
- Topic: How to diagnose zone damper problem
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One of the zone dampers in my system is not opening. The controller panel is an EWC-OR-6 Ultra Zone. Is there a way I can diagnose the problem -- would it be the damper motor or the zone relay? I do not have testing equipment. Is there another way to isolate the cause?
The slide switches on my EWC-OR-6 Ultra Zone controller panel are all set to "O" (Open). Is this the typical setting? Intuitively, to me it seems like "C" would be the normal position. The description says: "In C position, the zone damper stays closed unless thermostat is ca...
I was hoping not to have to go that route. I realize the thermostat would not control the heat/cool/fan functions -- I would still use the master switch for that. Is there any chance of finding a suitable c-wire connection using the existing panel?
I have a EWC-OR-6 Ultra Zone controller panel (with 4 heating/cooling zones). I want to connect a Honeywell wifi thermostat but it requires a C-wire. I have run a spare wire from the thermostat to the zone controller, but can't figure out where to connect it (don't want to guess wrong). Honeywell sa...