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Thermostat upgrade from a SECO TA2000 to A Honeywell RTH2310

This is the old thermostat SECO TA2000 (non-programmable)
The wiring for the SECO TA2000 is as follows:
W2 = White wire
O = Orange wire
R = Red wire
Y = Yellow wire
G = Green wire
E = has a jumper to W2
Other then the collor of the wire, I can not tell what the function is.

I want to install a honeywell RTH2310B (programmable)
The Honeywell terminals are marked as follows:
heating power supply Rh = (has a factory jumper wire to Rc) ???
cooling power supply Rc = (has a factory jumper wire to Rh) ???
heating W = ??? White ???
cooling signal Y = ??? Yellow ???
fan G = ??? Green ???

If I can identify the function of the color wired on the TA2000 the caould wire the thermostat with no problem.

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Looks like your system is a heatpump system and that t-stat will not run a heatpump , you need a t-stat for 2heat and 1 cool systems

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Many thermostats have battery backup as well as the 24 volt ac. Have you replaced the batteries to see if it fixes all of your issues at once?

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SOURCE: The middle of the touchscreen of my Honeywell

it not a touch screen, its manual old style honeywell, square box, not round, not rectanglur.

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Testimonial: "It is a touchscreen. I have seen references to the battery being round and lithium CR2450; however, not sure if this is accurate. Does anyone know?"

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Sounds like you have a T86 thermostat...take the round front cover off to view the Mercury switch. Watch the bulb when you change the temperature to a higher setpoint. If the bulb makes contact when rotating it up, and the furnace doesn't go into a call for heat, then it could be the thermostat, wiring, or furnace problem.

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SOURCE: my honeywell thermostat has a flashing message of (bat lo) what does this mean?

Replace the batteries...should be double A's

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SOURCE: How does one wire a 24 volt White-Rogers evaporative cooler controller replacement for an ancient mercury switched Honeywell controller?

Red wire, R with a jumper to RH
White , W
Green, G
Yellow, Y
Make certain you understand thermostats come setup for gas, so pay attention to what your heat/cool unit is, that's very important, also make sure to shut off the power to your system before removing the thermostat.

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Operating manual honeywell rth2310


Honeywell has the manual for the RTH2310 programmable thermostat on the product page: http://yourhome.honeywell.com/home/Products/Thermostats/5-2-Day-Programmable/RTH2310B.htm . The direct link to the English/French version of the operating manual is http://customer.honeywell.com/techlit/pdf/PackedLit/69-2229EF.pdf .

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I bought a Honeywell programmable thermostat RTH2310 to replace my 10 year old Honeywell thermostat. My old thermostat is a 4 wire system but also has a jumper from Y to 1. New system does not tell me what...


It depends on the type of thermostat you have.
Do you have a 4 wire or 5 wire T'stat?
The red jumper wire was for a 5 wire t'stat with 1 transformer, the red jumper actually should have been from R to 1.
So you need to trace the wires back to the furnace and make sure they go to the locations identified below.
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ok to start with if you have a heat pump and not ac over electric heat depending on type but most will be wired as
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sounds like you have a heat pump the w2 on old thermostat is for a second stage heat. If you can give me a little more information on type of system you have (forced air furnace with heat/cool, Heat pump or boiler)? How many wires are on old thermostat? Is it a no programmable or programmable? How old is the furnace?

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