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I removed a honeywell t-stat to replace it with another t-stat (digital) it was a deffected t-stat so i put the old one back on and now they're saying in the heat mode it never turns off. I'm wondering if i switched the common with the heat wire or is it something else i should look for? Thanks in advance for your help!!!!

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White to W
Red to R
Blue or yellow to Y
Green to G

Do you just have 4 wires?

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