Question about Honeywell Universal 7-Day Programmable Thermostat RTH7500D1031
Yes if there are only two wires they should be a red wire and a white whire the red wire goes on the new stat where there is a R and the white wire goes where there is a W thats it put the batteries in the new stat and set the time and date and turn it to heat and turn it up to 80 it should work if the wires are not color coded just put one of them to the R and the other to the W dont worry you can't shocked it is low voltage good luck
Posted on Dec 04, 2012
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