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How does the honeywell thermostats work if i change it from teh regular one to a programmable onw. will the pins slide right back into place or do i have to move the wires and adjust them?

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No its usually a whole unit if you change it but if you change it just remember where all the wires go! look at all your previous wires and you are going to connect them the same way.

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