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FIRST TURN THE POWER OFF TO YOUR UNIT. Then note what color wires are connected to the labeled connection points at existing T-stat, ( R Y W G X O B, ect.) Wright it down ie red wire to R terminal ect. Remove existing T-stat and install new one. Insure you have the correct T-stat for your application.( gas furnace, electric furnace, heat pump ect.

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