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What is the wiring diagram for the Honeywell Aquastat controller? The ZR and ZC wires on a diagram. Which wire is power for burner . and there is a fourth wire . what is that?

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refritech08
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SOURCE: i have a gas fired

which colors are they? one should be from the igniter that goes to W on the thermostat and the other goes to Rc just make sure that the one from the igniter goes to W

email me if you need additional help hvac.tech7872pr@gmail.com

here's some additional instructions if you need them:

http://customer.honeywell.com/techlit/pdf/PackedLit/69-2104ES.pdf

Posted on May 05, 2008

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SOURCE: how to wire a aquastat

don't waste my time

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

SOURCE: Help! replacing WeatherKing thermostat with Honeywell RTH230B

RC AND RH CONNECT BOTH WITH RED
Y TO THE YELLOW
G TO THE GREEN
W TO THE WHITE

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

SOURCE: Old system has a 6006

Hello The easy way to bring the blower on for heating is if the thermostat has an ELECTRIC heat function or selector switch.That will bring on FAN during a call for heat.The aquastat won't be used.

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

shastalaker7
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SOURCE: The instructions say the Honeywell

This Honeywell control thermostat is made for wireless control, by means of a relay control transmitter with a range of 30 meters. It only needs a 2 wire connection on this stat if indeed it is the DT92E stat. Even though the diagram shows three, you will need only 2 for operation. This is a fact. I have done some reading on this model and many of its relatives, so with built in relays, and transmitters, this is an amazing set-up. Good luck with it as you should enjoy its operation and user friendly features.
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Posted on Nov 20, 2010

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