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I bought the rth2510 to replace an old dial one and i need help wiring it up there are only 2 wires that ran the old one, where should i put these in the new one. A black wire and a white wire?

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Wow, you bought one hell of a thermostat to run just a heater...lol. Your going to place on wire on R and 1 wire on W/AUX. R is your common power in and W/AUX is for a single stage cooling unit.

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