Question about Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater
The terminals on the stat are:
G is fan
W is heat
Y is A/C
C is 24 volt common
R is 24 volt hot-if there is a Rc and Rh terminal, male sure that the jumper is in place and hook the red wire to either screw.
It sound to me that someone was using the blue wire as a yellow. to double check open up the fiurnace or air handle and see what the blue wire is connected to, if it is connected to the yellow, then hook the blue wire to the Y terminal at the thermostat.
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Posted on May 03, 2010
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