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The space maintains thermostat set point of 72, but it is so muggy outside the space is uncomfortable. The will spend money when needed to fix a problem even if it only effects the space a handful of days per year.

The issue is the lowest setting on the economizer set point "D" is too high.

Is there a dedicated plug for the economizer on the board and would pulling the plug on the economizer make the unit run in DX cooling only. But, like I said, I'm sure the customer would say no to disabling the economizer. Its like once they get into the economizer mode, their stuck there.

The boards, economizers and enthalpy controls have all been replaced. still the same issue periodically :-( I have read somewhere, probably here that the boards and economizers had an issue prior to version 3 ?

Would I be better off with the reference enthalpy set up that will shut off the economizer at 55 degrees @ 80% RH and 50 degrees @ 100%?I have to buy this crazy over engineered kit to change this over to an enthalpy controlled economizer.Is it worth spending 00 of the customer money on something that may not help? Trane uses pretty much the same economizer setup that all the other manufactures use. The only issues, we have had are the units that use the OAS for reference. Now we all know......sensing DB is only half of the equation.The t-stat has an indoor humidity setting that will allow the system to overcool the space a couple of degrees if the humidity is too high.It is a multi-stage digital programmable stat and it is working very well for the area I used it in.

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