We bought a new home and it came with this state-of-art system. The model number is #48XT-A6011530TP. Haven't had much luck finding information about this model or type of unit online.
I've got a box inside by the thermostat, in a closet, behind the return air filters, and a box outside about 4-foot square. They tell me that is called a "split unit".
1) Where is the pilot light on my Carrier 48XT Hybrid Furnace/Air Conditioner unit?
2) Why is there almost no information on this type of unit available online. There are all kinds of videos on YouTube about how to turn on a pilot light on different models of heaters, but not this one.
3) Is this some magical type of unit that all-of-a-sudden doesn't have a pilot light? If so, when did they start doing that? Is it controlled by a computer, like automobiles are now?
If for some reason I have an outdated understanding of how things work, the main thing I want to know is How do I turn on my hybrid furnace?
Any help is appreciated.