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I HAVE A HONEYWELL RTH2310 THERMOSTAT WE JUST PUT IN AND FOR SOME REASON MY HOUSE NEVER GETS COOL. THE THERMOSTAT NEVER GOES BELOW 79. IT SEEMS LIKE ITS JUST BLOWING OUT AIR.

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Recheck the wires to make sure that you are calling the outdoor unit to cool! Wires that call for cooling are R to Y and R to G calls indoor fan on! This usually happens at the same time in the thermostat when call for cooling is tripped, Green wire turn signal to indoor fan on and Yellow wire fire 24v to the contactor oudoors to the compressor and outdoor fan. Check all wires for contact an breaks.

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Do you have a 4 wire or 5 wire T'stat?
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