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Old 12-24-19, 11:08 AM   #4
CrankyDoug
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Originally Posted by mincus View Post
What about a UV light? Does anyone have one installed in their system?

I'd prefer not to go the ozone route.
I've installed a few UV light systems in my heat pump. I had to replace them every time we had a voltage dip or spike in the line. Finally gave up.

The ballast electronics in these devices have no drop-out circuit to protect them from low voltage events. I tried two different brands with the same results. If you install UV lamps, make sure you get quality components.

UV lamps do help resolve the odor problem as long as they are working.
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