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I pulled off my old thermostat and didnt label my wires, and I'm attempting to hook up a hunter thermostat #40170, I have 4 wires coming out the wall

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What you have to do is identify your power which is usually red. once you know what that is tap one of the other wires to that then see what comes on Fan,A/C Heat. Once you hit the wire to the Red mark them then hook it up. Also you can try going to the furnace and seeing what colors are hooked up there then do the same at the t- stat. If this help please rate me or do a testimonial.

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