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I am trying to hook up a Hunter 44260 t-stat. The old one(not sure of model) has the following hookup. White-O Terminal Green-G Terminal Red-RC Terminal Yellow-Y Terminal then jumped to W Terminal Blue-Spare My problem is that the Y/O and W/B terminal on the Hunter is on different blocks. Should I wire the yellow to W, white to O, and jump them together, or what. And should I leave the blue wire off, or put it somewhere?

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Here is some basic info to help you. On the thermostat the letters mean... G is for your blower fan, and is usually green, Rc and Rh are power for the heating and cooling circuit (24v) and are usually red; Y (or in this case Y/O) is power to the cooling contactor (outside the house) and is usually yellow, and W (or in this case W/B) is the common wire, and is usually white. It kind of sounds like the people who installed the old thermostat followed these guidelines, so your best chance is to go to the heating unit and seeing where the wires connect to. Hope this helps

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