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My unit is not being controlled by the themo, it just run

I need to make sure I have my wire connected . From the themo I have
red, green, white, yellow and blue. On the panel I have C Y GC . GH R W which color repesent C and GC and GH?

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Some are listed ac conventional and heat pump
how ever the r goes to red the blue to c for common the white to w for heat and the green to g for fan i guess strait air over electric heat due to no orange that would work the reversing valve on a heap pump hope this helps

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