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Doing furncace swap i have no air conditioning conectect red to r yellow y and green it blows air not ignite

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You should have a white wire connected to W of the t-stat. You mentioned only 3 wires. On the furnace connect the red to R the Yellow to Y and green to G I think you got that right but one wire is missing.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

  • Ken Bledsoe Dec 17, 2008

    What ever happened on your swap out? ken

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