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Honeywell thermostat WE just purchased a honeywell progammable thermostate to replace a bryant thermstat. we have it all wired but it will not start.

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If you have a forced air furnace with an air conditioner attached make sure you have a jumper wire between Rh and Rc. If the Bryant thermostat had a wire hooked up to C you do not want to hook this up to Rc. Just cap it off and put it back in the wall or disconnect that wire down in the furnace.

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Some programmable thermostats require a comon wire to the transformer side of the 24V transformer. Check and see if this is true. And then look and see if your old thermostat had a "c"terminal used. Also would help if I knew the terminal designations your original thermostat had and the new one has.

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