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I just replaced a 2 wire thermostat with a wifi one that required a c wire. There was an unused blue wire which I attached to the C connector on the transformer at the furnace. At the thermostat, the meter reads 25v across the red and white wires, and 9.8v across the red and blue (C) wires. And the thermostat seems to receive no power.

Furnace is a Weil-McLain CG. Thermostat is a Honeywell RTH6580WIFI. The arrow in pic shows where I attached the C wire. And the furnace's United Tech. electronic control

furnace transformer where I connected C wire furnace elect. controller

  • "C" WIRE represents common. Ground it and see it display lights up – Dannyboy Mar 29 '16 at 2:44

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