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2 wired t-stat

Does it matter where you plug in wires on t-stat? can u cross them and does it matter?

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Doesn't matter. simple on and off single pole single throw switch.

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Could it be you don't have the t-stat set on "cooling," or possibly not set at a low enough temperature to allow the unit to be turned on? Note: your t-stat must be set 'below' the inside temp, i.e. if the room temp is 78 degrees - you must turn the selector to below 78, i.e. 75, 74, so on.
Check your low voltage wire going to the outside unit - usually a thin brown wire which encases 2 smaller wires (usually red and yellow) that goes to the 'starter relay' inside the outside unit. Make sure a dog hasn't chewed it in - two - or someone hasn't cut it with a weed eater. If this is the case, turn the t-stat to off, and un-plug the inside unit (furnace) and splice the wires back together.
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On a straight heat and cool system:
White = W on T-Stat
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On heat pump systems:
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There is no guarantee that your system is wired using this system so you will need to look in the furnace and see where the wires are connected to. You will have another set, probably 2 wires, going to your outside A/C unit. They are typically red and white but could be any color as long as they are hooked up to the same connections. I.E. blue on R at t-stat and to R on furnace would be OK, it just makes it harder to service the unit if you don't know what wire is for what.

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The wire in the furnace are hanging and the thermostat does not switch on the terminal are R C W Y G there is a white connect to the R and White connected to the W the hanging wires are b/g r/w


r stat to r furnace
w stat to w furnace
g stat to g furnace
y stat to y furnace to condensing one wire to y the other to netural of the trans former c it doesnt matter which colors as long as it is wired like I just said. good luck Tom

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