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Honeywell LR69071 with 7 wires to LUX TX9100E - Old Honeywell (wires labeled G O L R W2 X Y1; jumper from W1 to Y1) vs. LUX (labes for C B O W Y G RC W2 RH A) - Where in the world do the wires go on t

This is supposed to be a universal thermostat, so I'm hoping they didn't give me one that doesn't suit my system. Where do these 7 wires go on the new thermostat? Please help!?! : )

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