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Honeywell Heat pump thermostat controller

I replaced my thermostat with a Honeywell and didn't get the wiring quite right. I called them up and rewired, but now, nothing is happening. No fan, nothing. I checked breaker box. Did I fry something

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Maybe it is shorted

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