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Trying to put a new thermostat on my furness , my furness is a GSC90904CXA the new thermostat is a Hunter 44110. I need help hooking up the thermostat.

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I'm not familiar with that model # but most furnaces are similar. R goes to R (usually the red wire). If you don't have a seperate heat source, like a boiler, the wire needs to connect to both Rc & Rh. Stats usually come with a jumper in place. Then W to W (usually white), G to G (usually green) and Y to Y (usually yellow or blue). Before you make any connections, TURN OFF YOUR FURNACE. If you don't, you'll probably blow the fuse on the control board, or worse yet, blow your transformer.

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