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Honeywell time control st6300a

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I have removed the front of my time control, however when I done this a number of the wires popped out as they weren't secured properly. Would anyone be able to help me out with a wiring diagram as I'm not 100% sure wher the 2 wires should go?
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A basic thermostat such as this will only have 3-5 wires that are used on it. First, shut off the power to your furnace, usually by a switch close to it, or with the breaker for it. Red will go to the R terminal, White to the W, Green to the G. Some techs will use blue for the Y terminal, or yellow if it's available, if blue or black is left over and you have a C terminal on your Thermostat, place it there. Hope this helps.

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