15 Cleaver 3 Wire Thermostat Wiring Diagram Collections
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15 Cleaver 3 Wire Thermostat Wiring Diagram Collections - I am replacing an vintage mercury thermostat with a virtual. My device is a heat pump. My neighbor gave me the digital, no instructions, no field. I am seeking to decide if that is even a warmth pump well matched thermostat. At the therm it has c, g, rc, rh (that are connected by way of a black twine.) W, y, b, and o. Popping out of my wall is, white related on vintage therm w2, yellow connected to y, green conn g, black conn e, purple to r, blue to b and bro to x. Any help might be remarkable. - Kurt 6/4/12. [see the installation instructions for other examples.] A pleasing feature of this gadget is that the consumer can adjust the heating or cooling cycle-on time, and provides functions similar to adjusting the heat anticipator in older honeywell thermostats.
A second set of contacts will make or near on temperature upward thrust. This second set of contacts is normally used to perform a cooling or aircon system however may also be used to function different controls or valves in some heating systems. Watch out: existing thermostat wires in an effort to now not be used within the new thermostat installation, such as wires attached to c or c1 terminals on the vintage thermostat have to have their ends taped so as no longer to accidentally touch and brief different thermostat wires or connectors.
I have a 1f86 non programmable white rogers i matched up the r to crimson w to white and o/b to black however i get nothing and unfortunately i live in a apartment with base ground panels so i cant without a doubt hear if the heat comes on or no longer. How do i cord this thermostat efficiently - anon 4/24/12. Hiya - i'm replacing a round honeywell thermostat with a non-programmable virtual honeywell unit. I have a hot water machine with more than one zones and with no air con. There are 3 wires at the thermostat. At the old round unit the pink wire went to the r terminal, the white wire went to the w terminal and a green cord went to b terminal. I set up the new stat the identical manner but it might no longer paintings. If i decided on "fan on" in place of "fan car" the area could warmth up but might now not shut off (warm water kept flowing even supposing i decided on a temp below room temp). Admire your help. - Patrick - 1/20/12.