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9 TIMES OUT OF 10 YOU PLACE THE COLORS ON THE TERMINALS MARKED W/ THE WIRE COLORS. BUT YOU SHOULD LABEL THE WIRES TO THE CORRESPONDING LETTERS ON THE OLD THERMASTAT THEN PLACE ON SAME LETTERS ON THE NEW. HOPE THIS HELPS EX. YELLOW (Y) RED (R)

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carefully follow the below steps;

Turn off the circuit breaker that controls the air conditioning system. Turn the thermostat to the "On" position to make sure that all power is cut off and the air conditioner cannot accidentally operate.
Remove the cover of the existing thermostat and remove the colored wires from the terminals. Take out any screws that secure the thermostat to the wall, and remove the thermostat.

Mount the new thermostat on the wall. Feed the wires through the unit, with enough slack to allow you to make the new connections.

Connect the red wire to the thermostat terminal labeled "RH," "RC" or "R." The red wire carries the power from the transformer.
Connect the green wire to the thermostat terminal labeled "G." This controls the relay that controls the fan. Attach the yellow wire to the "Y" terminal of the thermostat. This powers the main control. Connect the white wire to the "W" terminal. This is the heating control wire.

Close the thermostat's cover and turn the breakers back on. Turn the new thermostat to the "On" position to test it and that would be all.

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you the same person last night that posted .... my understanding is that you had a different type of thermostat originally with more wires on the old thermostat correct? from your post last night you have a heat pump system and this rth2300b thermostat is a straight cool straight heat thermostat... does it have batteries on the new one and does the new one not have a "c" terminal" post again what exactly was on the old thermostat color of wires going to what terminals on the old thermostat.. then tell me what you have for the new thermostat we can get you some heat... at worst case you should be able to jump out the red wire with the white wire at the thermostat and the heat should come on...you just will not be able to shut off without taking the wires apart but can get the house warm...

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I suspect that there is a break in the thermostat wire to the unit. You can test this by getting enough wire for the thermostat and go to the board on the roof top unit where the thermostat wire connect and connect the wires that you have to the existing board i.e. red to red green to green and so on. once you have connected these wires to the proper screws then take a new thermostat and connect the wires to the new thermostat and activate this should tell you if there is a break in the wiring or possible transformer problem but as I said I think its a break in the wiring

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Usually there is a blue wire to the thermostat but in this case it is not. instead there is a black wire. i used that one as blue. now there is no heat. it is a hunter cool/ heater unit.


Red Wire Old to

New RC and RH Terminal


Y Old = W ?

New = Y1 Terminal

G should be for the fan Old to

New =Green Terminal

White is for Heat W2 Old to

New =W/B tremnial

X2 Is used only on 24 volt thermostat that need 24 volts to opperate the thermostat usly not used on most thermostat
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Tape it so it can not short any thing Black Wire

Orange Old to

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