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Where is the on off switch for digital honeywell thermostat

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SOURCE: switching thermostats

http://www.toad.net/~jsmeenen/wiring.html

Go to this site and you will better understand how thermostats are wired.

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SOURCE: I tried replacing my 5 wired non digital honeywell

no. does furnace not come on now?

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