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I want to know the conection between the thermostat and the fan and compressor in the central air conditions

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  • mazen banna Jun 22, 2009

    thanks to every one who give me help but the last solution was for furnace and i want the air condition so in this way from the fan to the outdoor then to the thermostat

  • Aaron May 11, 2010

    What kind of equipment do you have. ( furnace with heatpump, or a/c. do you mean the low voltage electrical that runs between the units that is connected to R,G,Y, and so on?

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R and rc @stat to r on furnace
w @stat to w on furnace
g @ stat to g on furnace
y @ stat to y on furnace
from furnace 2wires going to out side unit typical red & white wire. red goes to y @ furnace and white goes to the neutral of the trans former . BE SAFE turn off power.

r = Red wire Hot
w= White wire heating
g = Green Fan
y= yellow cooling

if their is a B or C @ the furnace terminal board that the neutral . Tom

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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The "thermostat" is actually on the control board of the indoor unit, and is operated through the hand-held remote control. The remote also controls the indoor fan speed through the same board. The outdoor fan is a 2-speed, and is also controlled by the board in the indoor unit. The closest you'll get to a wiring diagram is on the inside of the cover where the wiring connections are made on the outdoor unit.
I had a condenser (outdoor) fan go bad, and it wiped out the control board, the power supply board, contactor, even the remote control, and eventually the compressor.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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