Question about Honeywell Heating & Cooling
Hi, on a thermostat like you have, the RC and Rh have a jumper wire that connect the two using the red -hot wire coming in. This means R-cooling and R-Heating. So, take the red and connect to either one, and make sure you use a jumper wire to connect rc and rh together along with the red wire coming in. Yellow will go to Y for cooling, W for heating, and G,green for the fan. If you have a blue wire left over, it is a spare, unless you have no yellow. If it doesn't have a yellow, use the blue wire for cooling. Some contractors will use blue instead of yellow. If not, the blue is a spare wire.
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Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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