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Need crossover reference guide for trane asystat

I am an hvac contractor and am wanting to replace an american standard (trane) asystat666c(with no remote sensor) with a honeywell pro 8000. the asystat has numbered terminals instead of standard letter terminals. I can't find a reference guide anywhere that tells me which numbered terminals correspond with lettered terminals...w1,w2,y1,y2,G,R,...etc.

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Your better off taking the outdoor board and the indoor dual fuel board off and upgrade it to a honeywell 8000 with an outdoor sensor it is alot easier to hook up and will control the dual fuel better

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    your better off taking the outdoor board and the indoor dual fuel board off and upgrade it to a honeywell 8000 with an outdoor sensor it is alot easier to hook up and will control the dual fuel better

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Google asystat666c, the first site (pdf) Installers Guide, should give you the information you need.

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