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I have installed a Honeywell PRO TH3000 thermostat to my Zoneline AZ38H15DABM1. With the R and Rc terminals on the thermostat connected by jumper the zoneline runs @ 5 mintues. I see in the manual No common busing allowed. I need to know the exact wiring - the exact terminal to use for the different colored wires on the zomline and the exact terminal to usefor the differnt colored wires on the thermostat. Of course, they are marked and all wiortes are connected as the diagram says by color code. I'm assuming this zoneine is a 2 transformer model. So with the red terminals on the thermostat not connected by the jumper and the red wire in the right terminal on the thermstat as suggested nothing works. so What is the exact correct wiring for these two products to work together correctly???

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Everything is wired right as long as the jumper is there. Put your unit is only a single transformer model and not a double. So that is where your issue is. I would as need to know the colors that you are using for the wiring. So if you can get that to me I can help you with a better wiring then what you have, but you are going to have to make sure that the T-Stat will work with a single phase unit.

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  • redroosterma Jun 03, 2010

    How do I determine if the T-stat is a single phase unit? With the jumper installed it will run for only a few minutes. I am using the wire colors according to diagram - only I have used the blue wire for the GH (high speed fan) on the Zoneline since there is only one green wire. So, in order, from Zoneline to T-stat the wires go red to red, Green (low fan) to green, Blue (hi fan) to O on the T-Stat (keeping the order) Black to black, Yellow to yellow, White to white, common to common. There is a brown wire left over not connected at either end.

  • Jeremy Reddick
    Jeremy Reddick Jun 03, 2010

    Wait I thinnk that I know your problem. What color did you use to hook up the common?

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