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Emerson Digital Thermostat Wiring Diagram - Hey - i'm changing a spherical honeywell thermostat with a non-programmable digital honeywell unit. I have a warm water gadget with multiple zones and without a air con. There are 3 wires at the thermostat. On the antique round unit the crimson wire went to the r terminal, the white twine went to the w terminal and a green cord went to b terminal. I established the new stat the same manner however it might no longer work. If i selected "fan on" in preference to "fan auto" the quarter would warmness up but could no longer shut off (warm water saved flowing even though i selected a temp under room temp). Respect your help. - Patrick - 1/20/12.

(nov 22, 2014) dale said: i've a vintage lennox 2wire crimson and white wires from the old thermostat i bought a white rodgers up400c thermostat in which do i set up the red and white wires to my new thermostat.

I've a 1f86 non programmable white rogers i matched up the r to purple w to white and o/b to black but i get not anything and regrettably i stay in a rental with base floor panels so i cant genuinely pay attention if the warmth comes on or not. How do i twine this thermostat effectively - anon four/24/12.

2. Color: markings in the thermostat wall plate or in a few fashions at different terminals on the thermostat body itself can also suggest conventional twine colorations that hook up with this terminal, or the terminal id with a letter such as "r" = pink, as we illustrate above. I'm changing an antique mercury thermostat with a digital. My machine is a heat pump. My neighbor gave me the digital, no instructions, no field. I am trying to determine if this is even a heat pump well matched thermostat. At the therm it has c, g, rc, rh (which can be linked by using a black twine.) W, y, b, and o. Coming out of my wall is, white connected on antique therm w2, yellow related to y, green conn g, black conn e, crimson to r, blue to b and bro to x. Any assist might be brilliant. - Kurt 6/4/12.