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I need a diagram to be able shoing how to wire and change over from a honeywell RTH6350D thermostat from a simple comfort 22012 thermostat that is currently installed in house.

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    John Tripp Apr 11, 2011

    I can only tell you the do's and do not's if you like but to compare colors with a off brand Simple Comfort 22012 would be a costly mistake, Never assume color is correct and I cannot even find that brand or model number 22012 The Honeywell RTH6350D is multi zone and very complex for most and is not recommended for the do it yourselfer. Thanks, Sea Breeze

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Installed a rth6350 now no power


The RTH6350 is a battery-powered thermostat. Did you correctly install the AA batteries? Press down and pull the battery holder away from the thermostat on the right hand side. Try new batteries. Did you remember to secure the C wire with a wire nut and push it back into the wall. It should not be connected to the thermostat.

If you connected the C wire, you may have damaged the thermostat by providing too much current. Honeywell has the documentation for the RTH6350 on the product page: http://yourhome.honeywell.com/home/Products/Thermostats/5-2-Day-Programmable/RTH6350D.htm . The installation guide is here: https://customer.honeywell.com/request.cfm?form=69-2416ES . See page 23 and subsequent pages for the wiring diagrams.

I hope this helps.

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How can I make a thermostat connection?


Good morning Yakup.

The best way is to write down how the old t-stat was wired. If that's not available, the only way to determine for certain where each wire goes, is to check what the installer did at the terminals in your home comfort system. Please note the there is high voltage electric in each piece of equipment so if you decide to open up panels, there is always the risk of damaging the equipment or worse, injury or death if you are not a qualified service technician. However, typical color assignments are as follows:
R= (24v from heating appliance) Red
RC= (24v from cooling appliance) Red
These two are only separated when you have two different appliances providing seasonal comfort, like a boiler and an air handler. If you have a warm air furnace with an air conditioner or a heat pump attached then R+RC will have a jumper across them and only one RED wire will be landed there
W= (heat) White
Y= (cool) Yellow
G= (fan) Green
Those colors are pretty standard
The rest of the colors depend on availability in the jacket and are really up to the installer. You mentioned 7 wires but 8 conductors is more likely so I'm assuming the remaining colors are black, brown, blue, and orange.
I always use the following:
C= (common) Black
O/B= (reversing valve for a heat pump) Orange if the valve is energized for heat and Blue if the valve is energized for a/c.
Aux/E= (auxiliary or electric heat) Brown
L= I believe this is a diagnostic terminal for some systems with feedback data and is not used frequently.
After wiring there is some programing to do to set up your new thermostat to your type of system.

Hope that helps. God bless and be careful.

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How do I change Honeywell RTH6350D thermostat from Celcius to farenheit?


yourhome.honeywell.com/home/Products/.../RTH6350D.ht

Operating manual.

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Installed a Honeywell RTH6350D...no heat. I think it has to do with the wiring. Old round unit has red, white, and blue wires. Hooked up red and white but am not sure what to do with blue. Help!


normally there are 4 wires.. should be red to red which is 24 volt
green to g which is fan
white to w which is heat
and the blue could be used on y terminal for cooling
see try that and see if it helps....

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Leave the factory jumper between R & RC. Connect the wires to the new stat just as you have them labeled. Use a piece of thermostat wire to make a jumper from AUX to E terminals. Your new thermostat should give you instructions on how to access the installer set up. You are going to set it up as heat pump with aux. I see this is 2 days old but if you need any help let me know.

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Switching thermostats


The two wires are the control circuit from the heater your running. They go to the thermostat and close when it get below the thermo. setting and start the heater.

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I had an old thermostat that i had to change need wiring diagram


HONEYWELL WEBSITE:
Go to honeywell.com
Under red welcome sign
Bottom red highlighted box literature/image search
Type in thermostat model number
Click on arrow to right
Then click on the PDF files owners manual / installation instructions

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