Question about Honeywell Safes 2072 Digital Anti-Theft Safe - 1.06 cu. ft
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On the back of your thermostat, you should have a R (Red), W (White), G (Green), Y (Yellow), and a C (Common). If you have a thermostat that also has a set up for a heat pump, you will have additional terminals, but you don't have to use them since you have a 4 wire, ( in case you do, make sure your thermostat is set up for 1 heat, 1 cool). Your wires are all color coded besides the blue. Red to R, Green to G, and so on. Your Blue wire is being used for Yellow which will go to the Y terminal. Blue is usually meant for a common, but with only having a 4 wire, that's the color that was used. Red is your power, Green is your fan, White is your heat, and Yellow is your A/C. Hope this helps clear some stuff up and good luck!
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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