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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Need wiring diagram
here would be the hook ups that are needed. at the air handler
w1/w2/aux-white (DEPENDS ON WHAT TYPE OF SYSTEM YOIU HAVE)
then these are what goes to the outside unit
o- org/or b-blue
personally contact me if yopu still have questions. thanks
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
I don't know if this will be helpful or not, but I just installed a new Honeywell and the Honeywell customer service guy helped me get the wires done correctly. The number is 800-468-1502.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Let's start out by your statement that the fan would not run, then you changed the contactor, not it won't stop running.
I believe, based on your info, here's what you need to do. Kill power to the unit. The 2 wires bringing power to the outdoor unit should be on the top 2 terminals. The 2 fan wires should be on the bottom 2 terminals. This is providing that the contactor is mounted Vertical. The could be an outside chance that the unit has a short in it and you are getting voltage feedback somewhere.
Take another look.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
no this is not normal. the fan should stop running when the thermostat is satisfied or when the heat pump goes into defrost mode. if it is running nonstop, there is a contactor that operates the fan and compressor that if it sticks will get line voltage to it. you would have to take the cover off of the outside unit and turn the thermostat to off. If the fan continues to run, you need a new contactor.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
R = R with jumper to RC hot side of transformer
B = Reversing valve
Y = Compressor relay
C = common on transformer (X on old t'stat)
W2 = Auxillary heat
E = Emergency heat
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
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