Question about Heating & Cooling
Looking at the switch from the side, the lowest 2 connections, left and right sides of the switch near the bottom are for the low voltage, 24 volts, and are for activating the switch. One stake on connector goes to the 24 volt transformer common and the other goes to the thermostat "G" terminal. The connections above those are the sequenced switches. The HOT line (115 volt) goes on one side and the fan line goes on the other. The time delay, or "Sequence", happens when the 24 volts is first applied to the bottom contact. Please rate my response to your question. I amnew to this site and need to improve on how I relay the information. Good or bad is OK.It all helps. Thank you for writing FixYa! Roger
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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