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Honeywell therostat wiring help

Have issue with long delays and heat and air coming on together. Wired exactly what they told me to do. replacing old Honeywell mercury with new digital.
Wiring:
OLD-NEW
R-R
Y-Y
W-AUX
C-C
jumpered E and AUX

HELP?

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Don't assume the wires at the thermistate are correct.

I had similar and had to go all the way back to the heat/AC controller board. I found the colors weren't attached per spec so was fighting the origional installation at the new thermistat.

Also some digital won't control mutizones proerly

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