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5 wire t-stat

I mix up the wires not sure which goes where yellow,red,blue,white &

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  • gfanaya Jan 31, 2008

    hunter model 44660 connection as follows,G,Rc,Rc1,Rh,Y/O,W/B,Y1 and wires are Yellow,Red,Blue,White,Green

  • gfanaya Jan 31, 2008

    old t-stat different from new one, user manual does not cover.

  • FtMill Mar 08, 2008

    replacing old thermostat and directions aren't too clear

  • paullambert Aug 18, 2008

    I have old T stat is a LuxPro and I do not know what wires should be connected with. Right now yellow connects to Y, Blue is to B, White is to W2, Red is to R and Green is to G. The instruction manual is not clear to what I should connect new Hunter T Stat to. Could you please help? My email is
    Thank you.

  • blond7299 Sep 28, 2008

    Hello, My name is Dee,I have the same problem my old thermostat was a York mercury,i replaced it with a Hunter 44660 programmable thermostat 7days , I have 5 wire with heat pump, and the manual is not clear on the connection, the thermostat does not show a Jumper? it state that is automatically changes between heat and cool, so I set the temp at 73f cool it switch over by itself to heat, came home and found it was 98f inside,Yes it was hot, just need a simple instruction on all the colors to see if I hooked it up correctly.Please help a lady out Trying to save money look like it will cost me more. thank you.. Dee

  • henrichss Oct 23, 2008

    hunter model 44660 connection as follows,G,Rc,Rc1,Rh,Y/O,W/B,Y1 and wires are Yellow,Red,Blue,White,Green

  • b_bertke Oct 28, 2008

    Don't know how to connect wire.

    hunter model 44660 connection are as follows,G,Rc,Rc1,Rh,Y/O,W/B,Y1 The wires I have are Red,Blue,White,Green

  • wlangley1979 Nov 08, 2008

    mixed wires up dont have manual to rewire need help please!!!!

  • pvmc_77 Dec 16, 2008

    york heat pump t-stat blinking #2 code Help

  • Goran Veletic May 11, 2010

    What unit to you have?



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Ups sorry :D see what is code in your area and than consult your user manual.

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  • Goran Veletic Jan 31, 2008
    here is the solution with all credits to the original author :D



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Changed honeywell T8400C 1024 to Hunter 44760, I have five wires white, red, yelliow, green, blue. Hunter Thermostat reads "NO A/C Power.

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I have 5 wires red,white,green,blue and yellow, but i dont now how to instale those cables please show mi how do it.thank you

This is if you have gas furnace and central air conditioning.
Normally this is the way.
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Green wire to G
Yellow wire to Y
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. your blue is probably common and if you hooked it to Y you shorted the transformer or blew the low voltage fuse. Green is fan, yellow is AC, Red is 24volt. Is it a heatpump or just ac? I think its probably a heat pump and your brown is your Reversing valve it needs to be hooked to O on the new stat. If its a heatpump your tstat must be a 2heat 1 cool stat w/ aux heat. Without knowing what terminals the wire were hooked to on the old stat you may have to look at whats hooked up at airhandler( furnace) and on A/C (heatpump) tobe able to determine what goes where on the new one.

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Air handler

This should be doable: First get pen and paper-start at the furnace, theres a group of 5-8 wires leaving the furnace anfd going to the thermostat and a group of 2-3 going to the condenser outside that all need to be identified and the location in the furnace recorded if your furnace has a control board simply right the letter and the corresponding wire color:and whether it belongs to the condenser grp or the T-stat grp.

R-red-to t-stat
C-yellow to cond
Y-red to cond and yellow to t-stat
G- green-to t-stat
W- white- to t-stat

If you dont have a circuit board youll be doing the same thing but using the components rather than letters;

Transformer 24v- red to t-stat
transformer 24v com -yellow to cond
Red from cond connected to yellow from t-stat
fan relay - green to t-stat
gas valve - white to t-stat

K then go to you t-stat and simply connect the corasponding component or leter to the thermostat gterminal

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yellow com- blue -C or B
gas valve or w-white -W
fan relay or g -green -G
trans 24v or R -red - R
red connection to cond or Y on board -Y
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