Question about Honeywell Heating & Cooling
Some of these thermostats have an automatic time delay of five minutes built into them. Also there are many different thermostats so this is difficult. I would first check to see that Y runs to the outside unit. Also common (probably brown wire on furnace) needs to run to outside unit. If the thermostat has a R and RC both you may need to install a jumper wire that connect the two together. There is probably a fuse in the circuit board looks like an auto fuse. I would check this first of all. (if you bumped 2 wires together while changing the t-stat you probably blew the fuse.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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