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Determine if the two wire thermostat wire goes to a Condensor on the ground or roof. The red goes to (r)24v on stat. Green(g)fan, white(w)-heater, blue - (y1)-cooling .red 2wirre goes to blue also.white2wire goes to common ( C) terminal.

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  • Richard Marquez Apr 23, 2013

    on the original thermostat it has letters W YG RC H RH what do they stand for I don't now eny thing about this thanks

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