Question about Honeywell Heating & Cooling
Fire is never normal. In your case the most likely cause is a big short in the control board of the AC unit that has dumped a lot of current in the thermostats.
This is a major fault, you will have to completely dismantle the entire system, even the wires from the walls will have to be replaced - if the current has been so great to set fire to the thermostat then it has surely been great enough to melt the insulation of the wires, turning them into fire starters - otherwise the first time you try to start it it will set your house on fire. Cut the power from the mains and call a repair company immediately, this isn't something to wait about.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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