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What will replace a 2-wire 1F30W-301 thermostat which is not working? Are there any programmables? The 2 wires from the wall are Blue & White.

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SOURCE: rewire an old 2 wire thermostat to a honeywell 5-1-1 programmable

I connected the blue wire to the R and the white wire to the W on the old thermostat and shoved the new Honeywell 5-1-1 Day programmable thermostat up the first guys *** that i ran into at Canadian Tire

Thanks for your help

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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Replacing a White-Rodgers 1F56-301 with a Honeywell RTH22181039. The WR is so old the wires are not labeled and not sure how to connect.


That is something that someone needs to lay eyes on. You never know how one will color code the wires @ the furnace...let alone through the wall. Someone will have to ohm out the wires.

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you likely have a "two stage" system, but not a two stage heat pump. the first stage is probably the heat pump itself, and the second stage is the auxilliary resistance heat that suppliments the heat pump at lower temps. if i knew the terminals that are available on the new stat, i could advise you on the proper wiring.

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I have a red and a blue wire coming out of the wall. I am not sure what I need to hook them up to in terms of O/B Y R G W. Help!


Hi, if this is just a forced air gas fired heat only heater, put the red wire on the R terminal and if no white wire, use the blue and connect it to w for heat. Normally for heat only, with 2 wires, they will be R for hot and White for heat. First, take the 2 wires and hold them together to see if the heater will start. If it is wired correctly at the unit it will fire up if all is working. Don't be afraid of shock, as this is very low voltage. Hold together and give it a couple of min. to see if it fires. If so connect as I have said. If not, replace the stat with a heat only stat that has only 2 terminals. If its a wall heater, you will need a heat only milivolt stat to replace the 24 volt stat you have. You can use it and it will work, but you may have problems in the future. Please rate me on this, and if you need more help just comment by my user name below. Keep me posted.
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I have a Rheem Gas Furnace with an old analog thermostat (Wires conneected to terminals R and 4 for the thermostat). I went to install a Rheem digital and programmable thermostat and it indicated that it...


if you have 2 wire at thermostat Terminals at furnace that the thermostat wire attach to should be R & W if your new thermostat has R & W terminals is should work, an easy thing to remember is the red wire on R the white wire on W. If 4 wire at thermostat at furnace green on G, Blue on Y, red on R,and white on W same at thermostat If these do not match find a thermostat with these terminals

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I just bought a repo house and there is no identification on the wires coming out of the wall for the thermostat. I have a red, green, white, and blue wire coming out of the wall. I need to know where to...


The best way is to see where the wires are connected at the furnace and duplicate them at the thermostat but typically the connections are:
Red wire to "RC and RH"
White wire to "W" (for heating)
Blue wire to "Y" (if you have central air)
Green wire to "G" (this is for the furnace blower)

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A duo therm thermostat (p/n 3105058) was removed because it would not operate the air conditioner/heater in a firan fireside camper. it was knocked loose from the wall damaging it.the thermostat is for use...


a. Remove the cover of the thermostat.
b. Connect the RED wire from the air conditioner
to the “RC” terminal on the thermostat.
c. Connect the “YELLOW” wire from the air conditioner
to the “Y” terminal on the thermostat.
d. Connect the “BLUE” wire from the air conditioner
to the “H” terminal on the thermostat.
e. Connect the “ORANGE” wire from the air conditioner
to the “G” terminal on the thermostat.
f. Push the thermostat wires into hole in wall and
fill excess hole with insulation.
g. Mount thermostat base to the wall with screws
provided.
h. Check all thermostat wires on base to ensure
they are completely clear of the bimetal coil of
the thermostat. Adjust if necessary.
i. Replace thermostat cover.
If nothing operates on the air conditioner, remove the
return air grille assembly and verify the red, orange, yellow
and blue wires are properly connected (red-to-red,
orange-to-orange, etc.).
Next, disconnect the red wires and check for 12 volt
DC between the red wire from roof section and the orange
or blue wire from roof section. If no voltage received,
refer to Section F2. If voltage is received, the
problem lies with the thermostat or thermostat wires.
Next, disconnect all 4 wires (red, orange, yellow and
blue) from the thermostat. With the thermostat set on
COOL mode, FAN mode set on AUTO and HIGH, and
temperature selector set lower than the room temperature. Check for continuity between terminal RC (red wire)
and terminal G (orange wire); and RC (red wire) and
terminal H (blue wire). If continuity is achieved on each,
proceed with the next step.
Set fan switch to LOW. Continuity should NOT be present
between terminal RC and Terminal H, but present between
the other terminals (Y & G) and terminal RC.
If all of the previous checks are good, the thermostat is
good, do not replace it. If any one of the previous checks
are not correct, replace the thermostat.

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Rewire an old 2 wire thermostat to a honeywell 5-1-1 programmable


I connected the blue wire to the R and the white wire to the W on the old thermostat and shoved the new Honeywell 5-1-1 Day programmable thermostat up the first guys *** that i ran into at Canadian Tire

Thanks for your help

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Honeywell RTH230B


Normally, you should have 5 color wires: W-White, Y-Yellow, G-Green, R-Red and C-Blue.

The Blue wire is a common from the transformer on older systems, which is probably hooked to RC terminal.

Try this: Remove the blue wire and jump the RC to RH with the red wire and you will be fine. Blue wire should not be needed with the new thermostat.

This should also be stated in the instruction manual.
Hope this helps.

Feb 03, 2008 | Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater

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