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Thank you for your interest with Emerson White Rodgers. My Name is Joselito Laxamana from technical department. Make sure to connect a thermostat that will power open and powered closed the zone valve. I pretty sure that the two wire thermostat that your going to connect will not be compatible. To better assist you with this further contact us directly at 18002842925.

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Thank you for your interest with Emerson White Rodgers. My Name is Joselito Laxamana from technical department. Make sure to connect a thermostat that will power open and powered closed the zone valve. I pretty sure that the two wire thermostat that your going to connect will not be compatible. To better assist you with this further contact us directly at 18002842925.

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The two zones have seperate supply and returns, correct? If not zoning will not be possible without piping the system in that way. Assuming the piping is correct, for two zones, you will need two zone valves, one cut into each zone. The wiring will vary, but for a 3 wire zone valve, (Taco), power from the transfomer goes through the thermostat, into terminal 1 on the Zone Valve, Terminal 2 on the zone valve goes back to the transformer, (24v common), and also to one "T" terminal on the aquastat (boiler control), and Terminal 3 on the zone valve goes to the other "T" terminal on the aquastat.

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