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I have a 4 ft 2 lamp flourescent system. I am changing the ballast. The existing wiring has blue / red / yellow / black & white wires. I have a new ballast (yes I confirmed at the store it is the...


The first thiing I suggest is checking the installation instructions (either included with the ballast or on-line) of the ballast you just purchased. Many fluorescent ballasts require that the lamps be wired in series - which I believe is what you had before. One lamp connects between the red & the yellow, the other connects between the yellow & the blue. Other fluorescent ballasts require that the lamps be wired in parallel - which may be what you have now (both lamps connect between the red & the blue). The installation instruction sheets should designate the appropriate wiring configuration.

That being said, just double-check one thing: Make sure the new ballast is rated for 2-lamps. Ballasts rated for 1-lamp will only include the red & the blue (no yellow). So I know you sad you already checked with the destributor, but double-check that one point.

May 15, 2011 | Electrical Supplies

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Need help wiring a thermostat with 5 wires don't know what rh and rc mean.and how they connect. thanks


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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A/C, Heating Contractor

Apr 10, 2011 | Honeywell Heating & Cooling

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Where do you connect the memory wire on a jvc kd g110 car stero.....what color is the memory wire ?? what does hook red wire to acc fuse mean??? what wire does the red wire on the radio connect to on...


The yellow wire is most likely the memory wire as it needs to be connected to a constant 12 volt source.

"Hook red wire to to acc fuse" means you need to hook into the fuse block under an Accessory Fuse. (ie: something that can't be turned on unless the car is running or the key is in the "Accessory" position)

The red wire is explained above. It does not connect to the harness.

Just remember that the yellow wire needs to be hooked to a constant 12 volts and the red needs to be hooked to a circuit that is only active when the car is running or switched to the "ACC" position.

Mar 02, 2011 | JVC KD-G110 CD Player

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The thermostat (I installed myself) is not working. I have no heat. It's a combination heat/ac. I read instructions. I'm thinking maybe I have a wire connected wrong. before I go any further, I'd like to...


Wiring color to Thermostat Depending on what thermostat youhave and existing wires. Typically red and white are for heat and yellow andgreen are for cooling. On base of thermostat there should be initials stampedto identify wires by color. R. W. Y. G. Possible Rc. and Rh if so for most usesyou need to jumper these two together. You may have a blue wire instead ofyellow or green. If so just hook blue to y or g. Hope this helps you. Thanks.

Jan 09, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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Replacing stove. What to do with blue and yellow wires?


First, please don't do your own electrical work if you are unsure about what you're doing. It's worth it to hire an electrician.

Not sure what the blue and yellow wires could be. The others are standard 220V colors, but that doesn't mean that they are connected the standard way in the panel. If you know how to remove the panel cover and look at the breakers, make sure you do that before you assume anything. If you don't know how, call an electrician.

Assuming the blue and yellow are no longer needed, and that the other four are wired properly, you should disconnect the blue and yellow wires on both ends and remove them if possible. If you can't remove them, you should insulate both ends and mark them as being disconnected.

Oct 02, 2009 | Cooktops

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Does the red wire connect to yellow power wire


red wire is acc, yellow is constantly hot. you have it backwards.

Aug 16, 2009 | JVC AM FM CD DET FACE CAR STEREO

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Purchased a Thor Alarm with door locks and autostart and trunk release I believe model CF425 and was curious if anyone had a wiring diagram not sure what each wire is. One harness has 12 wires the other...


I have this alarm / remote start / keyless entry system and I have the poorly translated installation manual. Everything in mine installed fine in my 2005 suzuki aerio (except the power locks as the manual is worthless in that area) but I have heard nothing but horror stories from others online since I installed it.

I don't recommend you install it but if you really are determined, here is what the manual says (or tried to say and I spent 4 hrs interpretting / correcting it:

8 wire harness:
-- The 4 wire connector connects to the 4 wires harness part of the 3 relays
-- The yellow connects to the yellow of the breaker relay yellow
-- yellow w/black stripe connects to the oil sensor on the motor (look for single wire connected to sensor and generally a heat shield wrap/weave, mine was blue)
-- orange connects to the brake switch on the brake pedal
-- the blue connects to the door switch /dome light trigger

12 wire harness:
-- 6 central locking wires orange, yellow, and white plus the same 3 with black stripe.. Unfortunately the manual is not clear as to where they connect. The next page of the manual shows diagrams but they mysteriously add a white stripe to all the colors and the white wires apparently become green. I suspect that orange is not likely used in most installations and for positive door lock types (the most popular), yellow goes to unlock and yellow w/ black stripe goes to lock signal and the 2 whites go to 12v+. This is only a guess so don't hold me to it.
-- black is grounded to frame
-- Red is 12v+
-- red w/ black stripe goes to power trunk release (if equipped)
-- The 2 browns go to the left and right turn signals
-- The pink goes to the alarm

Ignition switch connections
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The breaker relay:
-- blue goes to the ACC ON wire
-- Cut the ignition wire and connect the 2 greens to each end
-- Yellow connects to the yellow of the 8 wire harness

The 3 relays:
-- 4 wire harness connects to the 4 wire connector of the 8 wire harness
-- the 3 reds connects to the 12v+ red of the ignition switch (or thru the firewall to the battery)
-- black connects to the ignition on the downstream side of the 2 greens of the breaker relay
-- white connects to ACC ON
-- blue connects to the starter

Apr 25, 2009 | Vehicle Parts & Accessories

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Clarion DXZ785USB - Connecting Fused Lines


You will definitely need to connect the Yellow Wire Memory Back-Up Lead, since this is the connection from the radio to the battery that stores the time and your presets. If it is not hooked up, you can use the radio, but all your settings will return to default once you turn off the car. The Yellow Wire Bus Power Lead sounds like it would be for powering an auxiliary unit like a Sat Radio or HD Radio add-on. You will not need to connect this unless you have an add-on such as one of these.

Jan 29, 2009 | Clarion DXZ375MP CD Player

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I bought this 93 pontice firebird with no dash lights because they hooked up a cdplayer in it,an am trying to get them fixed what wires needs to be hooked back up?


try looking for the yellow wire from the cd player. find the wire that they connected it 2 and take it off. if they cut it 2 connect it 2 the yellow wire find the cut off bit and join original wire together. probly have to check the fuses.if not yellow wire mite b red. probly yellow tho.gud luck

Dec 08, 2008 | Car Audio & Video

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