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thermostat on hydronic heat on with a thermostat for cooling
I think I mentioned this yesterday but I have hot water heat using an American Polaris water heater I heard they were the most efficient water heater there was. And I believe it is . I only got 1200 square feet house so I got the smallest one they make. It does very well heating this house which is very well insulated. I don't claim to be an expert on this type of heating I got 6 loops 6 used zone valves and 4 small pumps. We have what we call the patio the house was in an L shape and I filled out the inside corner of the L and used large patio doors to fill out the inside corner then when we put a concrete flower in that corner I put I think it was 250 feet of 3/4 in. that 10x24 foot area hydronics PEX pipe. That area has a pump all by its self . which we keep that at 50 degrees which is for my wife's flowers.
When they put in a new central ac it has its own thermostat but it has the capabilities for heat so about a year ago I attempted to connect a small pump for some floor heat but I did not do something right and it caused some damage to a electronic board I think I got it figured out now . When you connect the thermostat wires the R and the RC has a jumper between the 2 of them and since the AC has its own 24 volt system which I did not think about but when you have this you are suppose to remove the jumper between the R&RC . Am I right about this and the AC already has the R in use with jumper remove I should be able to use the RC to run my under floor heat pump?