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I'm hoping (praying) someone can help me to figure out the right way to set this up. My electrician decided to connect the two ecobees in a different way and I'm just hoping someone has had some experience with this.
I have a PTAC unit. The only controls on it are high, med, low, off. The controls look like this: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/23877/ecobee/controls-ptac.jpg
Here is the company that installed it. I'm not sure if this is the exact unit, but it likely is:
Now on to my ecobees:
Bedroom is able to heat and responds to the ecobee controls and is connected like this: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/23877/ecobee/eco-bedroom.jpg
Living room is not able to get into 'cool' mode because no W wire (the electrician connected this one differently to a different PTAC unit), and thus it is unable to 'warm' the room because it doesn't think it can heat. He connected the one like this: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/23877/ecobee/ecobee-living.jpg
I imagine I can just swap the red wire going from G -> W1 in Living Room ecobee, and it should work, but I'm hoping that I am doing this right. I imagine I might have to swap the wires twice/year when the PTACs change from heat -> cool.
Has anyone had any experience with this? Huge number of apartments in NYC use these units so crossing my fingers...