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Hi I have a hb2400vd2m20 air handler and need to know what wires are needed to hook up to my thermostat its a Honeywell, as of the moment there is no heat pump it just the air handler running. I know there was a green to orange hooked together and 2 blue wires that also were all ready hooked together from the warehouse and also there is a red, green, brown, white and another blue wire.. exactly how do I run these wires to stat??

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Honeywell 5000, 8000, 8000 iaq, prestige, round dial analog, digital Honeywell redlink. 1 heat 1 cool thermostat 3 heat 2 cool thermostat. does the stat u have do conventional a/c and heat pump. red wire is hot wire 24 volts not heating its your 24 volt control power. this will be r on your board and t-stat and red wire. y is for cooling mode and is yellow and will be noted y on both board and t stat. green is fan on the indoor furnace and will be g on board and t-stat and the wire is green. blue is the common side of the transformer labeled b on both board and t-stat. I did not see brown on your schematic I looked up I seen orange which is your reversing valve wire for the heat pump whether its calling for cooling or heat this is what changes the flow of Freon to make it to the indoor coil as warm Freon or cold when called for in heat or cool. the thermostat if a vision pro 8000 needs to be programmed in the installer mode which if this is the t-stat u have u need to read through the heat pump section. the green hooked to the orange doesn't look right on the print but that's the breakdown. http://www.manualslib.com/manual/277678/Haier-Hb2400vd2m20.html?page=11#manual heres your schematic

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Testimonial: "well I hooked it up like you said before I posted this and the stat does not come on.. so I thought maybe it had something to do with orange and green being together that wasn't it either, I am getting 24volts but nothing is showing on stat its a digital and tried another stat and still no change. so I was wondering maybe it came with a bad board.. what are your thoughts?"

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Well in the UK & Europe, AUS & NZ, the black wire is neutral.

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