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I have no heater

I have 6 wires red, white,yellow,green,blue,purple

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Re: i have no heater

Do you have gas or electric. Remove the stat from it base and look on the back you should see a switch marked HE and HG. HE is electric and HG is gas if you do not have it set correctly the heat will not function.

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