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Currently I have dual transformer system From heat >> RH & W1 From cool >> Y1, Rc, G

Honeywell provides a C wire adapter and also mentioned turning an unused wire into a C-wire. I do have an unused wire from the cool side. Mentioned in the manual is all about joining the adapter OR if there is an extra wire to furnace. My furnace wire up to the thermostat is only 2 wires.

Is it possible to use the cool transformer for the extra wire? Since I do have 2 unused wires

Thanks!

  • Can you post photos of the wiring at the thermostat and at the air-handler please? – ThreePhaseEel Jun 28 at 2:53
  • @ThreePhaseEel imgur.com/gallery/YV8IkLE – ATS Jun 28 at 13:32
  • And @ThreePhaseEel imgur.com/gallery/OlZkpbH – ATS Jun 28 at 13:39
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    It actually looks like the Blue is to the C... so can I just use that in the thermostat ? – ATS Jun 28 at 15:05
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I'd use the blue wire from the air handler as your C wire

From the pictures given, it does appear that the blue wire from the air handler is connected to C, so I'd just use that as your C wire. Let us know how it goes!

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  • Yup! Worked perfectly ! Thanks for your time! – ATS Jun 28 at 18:55
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    @ATS -- we thank folks around here by upvoting and/or accepting their answers :) – ThreePhaseEel Jun 28 at 19:08

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