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Y1 W1 Wire from older Honeywell to new RTH honeywell

My older Honeywell programable thermostat for my heat pump went bad, I purchased a new RTH 7000 series thermostat. All of the wires are right on from the old one except the Y1 W1 wire. This wire was connected to the Y1W1 in the older thermostat Where do I connect it to the new thermostat? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Y1 means for cool and W1 means for heat. Connect accordingly.

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