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Trouble Installing Hunter Brand Thermostat

I purchased a new programmable Hunter Model 44155C thermostat. Unfortunately the wires behind my old thermostat were not marked. They are colored, however. I am not able to get the new thermostat to turn my furnace on for heat, nor even to just have the fan turn on after I installed it. Tried a few wire combos. I have a Heat Pump heating system.

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On the back of the packaging for the HUNTER MODEL 44155C it states that it is not compatible with heat pumps

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