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I put in a new honeywell thermastat my heat works but not my central air no power at all. when I turn it to cool will not even turn on air

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What da ya got electric heat or gas heat? Did you buy the correct base for the thermostat? Who connected it? Honeywell is awesome but you need a pro to hook that sucka up.

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