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Replacing a White-Rodgers 1F56-301 with a Honeywell RTH22181039. The WR is so old the wires are not labeled and not sure how to connect.

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That is something that someone needs to lay eyes on. You never know how one will color code the wires @ the furnace...let alone through the wall. Someone will have to ohm out the wires.

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