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What wires go to what

I stupidly took off the old thermostat without labeling the wires. Yes, I am blonde. Anyway. I have a Honeywell Magicstat CT3200 which I do have the instructions for, but still can not figure out what to do. I have a white wire that I know goes to W, I also have a black wire that I believe is the ground, but I am not sure. I also have 2 brown wires, and that is where I am confused Can you please help?

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The colors you have are not standard.
Your going to have to see where the wires connect on your appliance to answer this. find out and post back

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