Question about Heating & Cooling
From what you describe you have a heat only system with no AC. If that is so, then you would wire it as follows.
Red wire = RC (leave the jumper in place)
Green wire = G
White wire = W/B
Blue wire = is unused because the thermostat is battery powered and does not require a common wire.
I reccomend you consider not using the Hunter T-stat. They are so extremely problem prone and unreliable. You will be much better off with a Honeywell or White Rodgers T-stat.
You will also need to program the Hunter T-stat for your system per the instructions.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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