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Trane Weathertron XE1000 Thermostat Wiring

I have a Trane weathertron XE1000 heat pump and I have the following wires coming in for the thermostat: yellow, green, red, orange, black, white, blue and brown. I am trying to hook up a Goodman Janitrol HPT 18-60 thermostat and the connectors inside are Y G R O W2 E and C. what wires go where? I currently have the yellow to y, green to g, red to r, orange to o, white to w2, brown to e, blue to c and black unhooked. everything seems to be running ok but the emergency heat strips seems to be running all the time causing my electric bill to skyrocket. PLEASE HELP!!!

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  • virgamanda Feb 16, 2009

    I already have the black wire disconnected too, so the black and brown both should be disconnected?

  • Pyldrvr May 11, 2010

    All the wire hook ups look fine with except the Brown wire. Problem is I have no idea what wires are hooked to what at the unit. Can you confirm wire and let me know.

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Check to see if you have the system switch accidently on em. heat. The way you have it wired is correct except for the having brown on e. disconnect brown wire and cut ofbare end just in case they have the wire hooked up for constant run on roof.

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  • Pyldrvr Feb 16, 2009

    Yes. Like I said if the unit was set up wiring wise for the heatstrips to run all the time based on where you live then both should be unhooked..try that and let me know.

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