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I have purschased a HoneyWell non-programmable digital thermostat (focusPro5000) th5110d1006. It requires 6 wires. rc - r - y - c - w - g - I have central A/C heat pump electrical. 1 heat 1 cold & I think 1 transformer outside. The thermostat that I am replacing is a Janitol hpt-18-60. It has 7 wires. Mercury Label color of wire y yellow g green r red o orange w2 white e black c blue The thermostat works well, but I'm told focuspro5000 digital is better. I don't know how to match the 7 existing wires with the new Honewell thermostat. Rc & R has a factory installed jumper. Would you match the existing wires of the old thermostat with the new HoneyWell? Thanks in advance for your support. I do not wish to make a mistake here, could be costly. V/R, Raymond O. Webb Email: Raymond.Webb@mchsi.com

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  • raymond_webb Sep 28, 2010

    I have 7 wires; places for 6 on the honeywell. the slot for rc is not on the janitol. I don't know what corresponds to that. The Janitol has w2 and e slots that do not correspond to the honeywell. So, I'm lost here on the rc w2 e. What wires go with these? Thanks again for your help? I do not have the info I need to proceed.
    I have laid out the 7 slots color of wires and labels for the janitol. I have laid out the labels for the honeywell, but do not know which color wires go into rc on the honeywell or where the w2 and e wires go from the janitol into the honeywll.
    Raymond

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Yes, the wiring should be the same for both thermostats. If you want, you can consult HoneyWell directly to confirm, but I am quite sure this is the case. It wouldn't hurt to confirm with HoneyWell, but you should be safe to proceed, their number is 1-800-328-5111 if you want to check.

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Tim

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    Tim Grayson Sep 28, 2010

    Yikes, that is a nasty one indeed, hmmm did you try contacting honeywell? They are much more versed with exactly what needs to go where. Without seeing it in person I am afraid to say for sure, I know what you are saying but am unsure which goes where. Let me know, it will be much easier for you to explain it in person...
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