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I'm trying to connect up a wifi thermostat to Goodman furnace, specifically the GMP050-3.

I've done some reading on this but I'm still not quite sure how to go about it. Specifically, I'm not sure how (or if) I can find a substitute for the C wire on my wifi thermostat. Thanks.

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Thanks!

  • Can you post a photo of where the existing thermostat cable connects to the furnace wiring? – ThreePhaseEel Aug 19 '18 at 0:15
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Looks like you are not the first person with this furnace. If you have air conditioning then... http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r28226387-goodman-GMP050-3-Gas-Furnace-where-to-find-24vac If not then do you have a voltmeter? You are looking for constant 24 volts a.c.. Might be that BL wire that connects to the C1 terminal. Check between there and the R terminal.

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One of the terminals of the transformer has 3 blue wires attached. Use that terminal as the "C" terminal.

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    It may not be clear to the OP how one would do that.... – ThreePhaseEel Apr 28 at 23:12
  • Could you expand on that ? Use edit to add details. – Criggie Apr 29 at 2:26

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