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Would like to know if I will be able to install a Honeywell RTH7500D1031 with my gravity furnace. I have upload pictures of my current thermostat and furnace. Please let me know if you need more information about my equipment. Pictures of them/furnace http://imgur.com/a/uO6kw

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If the thermostat is battery powered you are ok just hook up red and white terminals it doesnt matter which one goes where if it is heat only

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the stats come with installer set up instructions inside the box. always do! i have used them always to program stat. go to a home store and as to look at a stat and see the instructions. find the installer setup info and make a copy. there are up to 100 options on many of these, and the default setting should be used if in doubt on many. i always leave the installer set up and the homeowner directions with the homeowner and for my future use. you may try to call honeywell and ask them to fax you the installer setup directions. many of thier guys can't even tell you how to remove the cover on a stat. some are quit good.

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for a quick test -- remove the wires from the thermostat and see if the heater shuts off then,,, if it does shut off then the problem is the type ( model ) of the thermostat and it may not be compatible with that heater or there is something wrong with the way that the thermostat is wired. ( make sure that the thermostat is reading the correct temperature and is in fact in the off position ). also double check the wire color code at the heater and make sure that the right wires are connected proper.
what model is the thermostat ?

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