Question about Heating & Cooling
Generally speaking; R terminal to Y terminal on the back plate. However you may have a transformer problem which would not give you power to the R terminal in the first place. Jumpering R to Y should make the outside condensing unit come on if you have power.
Posted on May 08, 2008
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