<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by RicksAlfas:
<strong>Here's a question Mel!
Why are there two orange lights on the AUTO knob, and two orange lights on the Recirculate knob??
If you want to tell me to go away and read my manual, that's fine!!
PS I am assuming that the 147 and 156 facelift are the same systems...!</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Ricks, Simple wink
THE MANUAL SAYS
There are two lights on the AUTO button, that work as follows:
If both lights are on, the system is on automatic mode.
If one light is on (I think it's the left one), the system is on semi-automatic or in lame language MANUAL mode wink
If both lights are out, the system is.....off
This happens if you turn the fan speed dial all the way down, until the system shuts down and it shows OFF in the fanspeed display.
There are two lights on the recirculation button, one light that indicates the recirculation is working (the left light, alongside the recirculation sign) and the other light indicates if the recirculation mode is on AUTO (right side, alongside the A sign).
If the system is on AUTO (when you didn't fiddle with the recirulation button), the right light is on (near A) and the recirculation is NOT ENGAGED. The system decides for itself when the recirculation is engaged. You can see this when BOTH lights are on!
If you press on the recirculation button yourself, you'll see, the AUTO-light switching off. All lights are now switched off if I'm correct. When pushing the recirculation button to engage it, you'll see the left light (recirculation indicator) switch on, and the system will be MANUALLY put on recirculation.
I guess this should explain it. Maybe I've forgotten something, but I'll let you know in that case.