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Where does the T Wire go on the RTH7400

I've got a trane system. I'm installing a Honeywell RTH7400 Programmable Thermostat. Where Does the "T" wire terminate?

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The t wire is for an outdoor anticipator reset. If you dont have a terminal on your thermostat it does not have to be used. Just tape it off.

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