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Wiring for a Honeywell RTH2310B

We are replacing an old Automag thermostat, which controls just gas hot water baseboard heat in an upstairs zone.  There are 3 wires --Red (R), White (W), and Green (hooked up to B).  The new thermostat has R,Y,W,G, and Rh.  How do we connect our wires?

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HONEYWELL WEBSITE:
Go to honeywell.com
Under red welcome sign
Bottom red highlighted box literature/image search
Type in thermostat model number
Click on arrow to right
Then click on the PDF files owners manual / installation instructions

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Wiring

red goes to RC and RH, White goes to W, Green goes to G and Blue goes to Y. iam assuming on the old tstat that Red whent to R White went to W Green went to G and Blue went to Y

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SOURCE: program manual for honeywell thermostat model T8700C1005(1)

try holding the up and down arrow, down, at the same time, see if the time or temperature starts flashing. also the cover should lift up so you can change from heat to cool, there should be a program button or a set button to hold down. all you should have to do is adjust the time and temperature for the 4 settings during the week and the two on the weekend. should be really easy, let me know if you need some more help

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SOURCE: I bought a rth2310b honeywell

on rh and w

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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SOURCE: I lost my RTH2310B manual

http://customer.honeywell.com/techlit/pdf/69-0000s/69-2229ES.pdf

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SOURCE: need to hook up a honeywell rth2310b with only 2 wires!

In some situations the wall plate has no markings, there are just two terminals hooked up to the control wire for the heater. I just installed this thermostat on my gas fireplace. I connected the black wire to the Rc terminal and the white wire to the W terminal. With the thermostat set to heat it works perfectly. Thanks to johnptaylor for the help!

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SOURCE: How do I set the

To set the temporary override, press arrows up or down to desired temp. This will keep temperature
at temporary setting for 2 hours then return to programming. To permanent override press MODE button until schedule period number disappears (number inside little house on stat). Then adjust temp with arrows. Press the MODE button again to cancel override and return to programmable.

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