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Im changing an old honeywell thermostat with a new honeywell thermostat. the old on has wires 4 wires connected to 4 screws C,R,G,W but the new thermostat has a place where the wires go which are Rh,Rc,W,Y,G. will i be able to connect the new thermostat?

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Yes, I believe that you will be fine. If the original wiring is correct then I have listed the basic wiring below. As always read the directions and make sure the wiring matches your system.

Red wire = Rh (24v power, should have an exsisting jumper to RC)
White wire = W (heat mode)
Yellow (or sometimes blue) wire = Y (A/C)
Green wire = G (Indoor Fan)

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