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Need help replacing Janitrol HPT-1860 thermostat with a Honeywell model RTH6350D

I am not sure where all the wires should go. On the existing Janitrol HPT-1860 thermostat, the wiring configuration is as followed: Y=Yellow G=Green R=Red O= Orange W2= Whie E= Black C= Blue The Honeywell RTH6350D has the following listed for a heat pump system: L, Aux/E, G, O/B, Not Used, Y, R, RC. FYI, I have a 2 stage heating and a single stage cooling system.

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Question posted under Honeywell thermostat.
If you have honeywell thermostat, then model number is located on back of device.
Google that model number in following format: Honeywell xxxxx4 .pdf
That will give you on-line pdf manual that is downloadable and searchable.
Then re-post question with exact model number and include what you are operating so expert can access and read manual alongside you.

If you have some other device, then post the brand and model number, and include what voltage, and what you are controlling for best possible solution.

If you have a timer or a switch, it is possible that more information is available on following links:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-switches.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-timers.html

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Then re-post question with exact model number and include what you are operating so expert can access and read manual alongside you.

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If you have a timer or a switch, it is possible that more information is available on following links:
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