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I need wiring diagram for My anthes Furnace, so I can control the turning on & off the gas and fan.

Presently have it hooked to a thermostat, when I plug the fan in the furnace ignites thermostat shuts the gas on and off but not the fan.

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SOURCE: Goodman GMS90904CXA Wont ignite, light blinks 3 times

Ok, you either have a inducer fan issue or a pressure switch issue or a plugged vent pipe. The inducer turns on to establish a draft for the exhaust. If it is not working you will get this error code. If the pressure switch does not sense pressure caused by the inducer, it will give this code. If either the intake pipe or exhaust pipe is blocked (even y just a little) it will give you the same error code. If the condensate hose or receptical is plugged, again it will give you this error code. Good Luck!

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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SOURCE: New honeywell thermostat on new gas furnace not working

sometimes there's a differential setting anywhere from 1-3 degrees, see if you can make sure it's down to 1

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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SOURCE: hooking up new thermostat to new furnace

Letter designations for honeywell tsats R=24 volt power, W=heat, Y=cooling, G=fan, C=common wire for the 24volt power to tstat. Generally R is the red tstat wire and so on. Blue tstat wire can be hooked up to common at the tstat. On the heater the blue tstat wire would be hooked up to the C terminal. But this also depends on the manufacturer of heating unit.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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SOURCE: My husband just installed the Honeywell RTH2310

need to make sure there is a jumper between RC and RH if the red wire is connected to the RC terminal the heat wont work you will need a jumper wire to tie the RC and RC together with the red wire.

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Coleman furnace -- fan runs, ingniter won't light,

Hi,
The chances are that the furnace was running when the power went out. This will cause the high limit switch to cutout and needs to be manually reset.
You will find that switch in the blower compartment near the blower. Usually somewher near the highest point of the cabinet.
Push the little red button firmly till it clicks.
When the power goes out while the furnace is running the heat builds up because the blower shuts down immediately and causes this limit switch to cut out.
If you have a electric tester you can also follow the low voltage circuit till you find the open switch. Ther is usually a wiring schematic on the door cover of most furnaces.

I hope that this will help you to solve your problem!

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The standard color code for the HVAC is as follows....
Red=Hot or 24v
White=Heat
Green=Fan
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White 1=secondary heat.
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Just to understand what you are saying; You are hooking a wire between the R terminal & the G terminal on the fan control board and the fan runs. When you turn the fan on by the thermostat is does not.

Assuming that you have 24 volts at the G terminal (or wire) at the air handler/furnace when the fan does not run, I would have to say, based on the information that I have been given, that you have a bad fan control board.

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I would recheck your wiring..... Shut the furnace off at the breaker or SSU.... Then get a pen and pad and write down the color of wires and where it is connect on the Terminal strip at the furnace..

Example: Red wire hooked to R terminal etc They should all match up with the subase of the new Thermostat.
Then go up to the thermostat and Check and make sure the colors match what you have wired at the furnace. R= Power W=Heat G=Fan Y=Cooling C=Common

There are two possible ways the heat could be power on all the time..... You have the white wire or W wire wired to G and the thermostat is set to Fan ON... or the insulation on the R wire and W wire is split and touching each other or they got pinched and are touching together which will make the furnace come on with out the thermostat controlling it..... Good Luck, Its is where I would start first.... there our other possibilitys the control board may of gone hay wire.....

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I just purchased a house with brand new furnace wired to a RTH2300 Honeywell thermostat. It only has two wires running to it. I can't seem to get it to work in "manual mode"-where I set it on...


?? Connect Wires 5.

Labels don't match?

If a wire does not match any terminal on the thermostat,

see next page.

Quick Installation Guide

6

Alternate Wiring

If a labeled wire does not match any terminal

designation, see diagram below.

Do not use C, C1 or X wire. Do not use B wire if you already

have O wire. Wrap bare end of wire with electrical tape.

This thermostat cannot be used if your old thermostat had

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Place a jumper (piece of wire) between Y and W if you have

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?? Connect Wires (cont'd)

Programmable Thermostat RTH2300

7

Set jumper JP1, on the back of the thermostat, if you

have connected a wire to the G terminal.

Incorrect jumper setting: An incorrect setting is

noticeable in a gas or oil heating system. When heating

starts, you will initially feel cold air coming out of the vents

as the fan is running before the furnace has enough time

to heat up the air.

?? Set Heating Fan Control 6.

HG Leave the jumper in this factory-set

position if you have a gas or oil furnace.

HE Place the jumper to this position if you

have an electric furnace.

JP1

Quick Installation Guide

8

Set jumper JP2, on the back of the thermostat, if you

have a heat pump.

Incorrect jumper setting: The heat pump operation

will be reversed, i.e., it will cool in Heat mode and will

heat in Cool mode.

?? Set Heat Pump Reversing Valve 7.

O Leave the jumper in this factory-set

position if you have connected O wire to

the O/B terminal.

B Place the jumper to this position if you

have connected B wire to the O/B terminal.

JP2

Programmable Thermostat RTH2300

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1) Install 2 AAA

batteries on the

back of the

thermostat.

2) Align the two

brackets on the

top of the

thermostat with

the corresponding

slots on the top of

the wallplate.

3) Push the

thermostat

against the

wallplate.

4) Tighten the screw

at the bottom of

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5) Turn power back

on at the heating/

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