Questions tagged [thermostat]

Mechanical or electrical device used to control a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, or other temperature reliant system.

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Replace thermostat wiring from my Carrier Weathermaker 8000 to my Nest thermostat

I'd like to replace the wiring from my Carrier Weathermaker 8000 to my thermostat to add a C wire. I assume I need to turn off the Carrier first, but there is no power switch that I can see on the ...
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Where does my C wire go in this splice connection?

I'm looking to install the Ecobee3 Lite thermostat. My current thermostat has a blue C wire running to it, so my understanding is the PEK doesn't help because that is used if you have no C wire. On ...
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Is the PY4G HVAC unit compatible with Nest Thermostat?

I recently bought a Nest Thermostat and I've had nothing but trouble with it. The main symptom is the fan and the AC compressor won't run at the same time. Power only comes through the green wire, not ...
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How to hardwire combined HVAC system for cooling?

I had to borrow the Nest thermostat from one of my units for another one where it was more needed, while a replacement is on the way. The unit from which I borrowed is combined HVAC (heat+cool) with ...
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Why does my thermostat show code 'PF' after running the fan or A/C?

After running either just the central HVAC fan, or the central HVAC AC for just a few minutes, the Bryant thermostat (Model TSTATBBPB101, C Wire attached) screen momentarily shows "PF", and then goes ...
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Thermostat settings two hvac units older house

So I purchased a historic house built in 1920. The house has two HVAC units, one for the upper floor, one for the lower. Total sq ft 3300. I had been setting the upstairs thermostat at about 83 ...
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Condo fan coil thermostat fan never turns off, cooling is humid

My thermostat in my condo is a honeywell thermostat and it the only options it has are System and Fan. Fan is set to auto (other option is Lo Med Hi) and the System is set to Cool (or Auto or Off). ...
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Ecobee installation with two Rh wires, occupied G wire and HRV

I just moved to North America from Europe (hence why furnaces, HRV systems etc are totally alien to me) and I'm having trouble understanding how to wire up an ecobee3 lite to replace my Honeywell ...
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Carrier Furnace (6-wire) to Honeywell thermostat --> no cooling :-(

Carrier Furnace w/ Honeywell WiFi Thermostat I have a Carrier furnace with the cheapest programmable thermostat (TB-PHP01) that came with my house. The thermostat uses six wires: Y, C, R, G, W, and O. ...
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Need a common wire

So, I recently moved. In my old place, I used my Nest without a common wire and never had an issue. However, in my new place, my Nest thermostat was working fine for about 20 days and started losing ...
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How do I temporarily remove a Côr WiFi thermostat by Carrier to repair a plaster wall?

The model number is TP-WEM01-A, installed with the "large backplate", as pictured below. There are no visible screws, etc. I have the manual but it is no help.
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Did the handyman screw up or is there something wrong with my AC unit?

My landlord recently hired someone to install a common wire from my Goodman AC unit on the roof down to where the thermostat is. The current thermostat works fine, but is non programmable and battery ...
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Try to rewire Nest and Furnace but Y is not used on Furnace

I installed a Nest at home and it worked OK. Recently, I noticed there was a power issue. Google and others suggested adding a power supply by using the existing G wire because there are only 4 wires. ...
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Another “How do I add ”c" wire to boiler for Nest

I have tried searching this forum and others, but I could not find anyone with a situation like mine. I thought it better to ask here, rather than damage something. I have a Lennox wall mounted ...
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Thermostat wire does not go to Furnace

My thermostat wires go to a control panel heat pump system which go to the furnance , i need to wire a c wire but not sure how to go about this with the york control panel
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Do I need to be legally qualified to install a Hive smart thermostat?

As a competent DIY'er, am I legally allowed to install Hive myself? The reason for the question is I have been asked to provide a cert as I'm selling the house. If not, can someone point me in the ...
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Honeywell Chronotherm IV Plus thermostat

The word "filter" is flashing on thermostat. The filter is clean. What should I do?
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Only 2 wires! - Replacing old 240v double pole t-stat with new digital double pole

I'm replacing a old Eaton M402 mechanical 2-pole 240v thermostat with a Cadet TH114A-240D-B double pole, 240v DIGITAL tstat. In the junction box, I only have 2 conductors plus ground. I was ...
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Goodman furnace - C Wire connection

I'm trying to connect the C wire in my Goodman furnace in order to install a new thermostat. I've read all the posts on this forum about this specific issue so my question is whether i'm in the right ...
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Separate Thermostats for Heating and A/C

I recently purchased a vacation home that has two thermostats for a forced hot air gas furnace and a separate A/C unit that shares ductwork. The A/C also cools better when both the A/C and furnace fan ...
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Plz help me, connect a common wire for smart thermostat in furnace

I bought a 3rd generation Nest. It doesn’t turn on after I hooked it up. I did research saying I need a common wire as power supply. I have closely look all the wires in my system and drew a diagram....
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Install a Wi Fi thermostat

Trying to install a WiFi thermostat. I have the unused blue wire which I believe is the common wire. It is unused both and the furnace level as well as on my current thermostat. However there is ...
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Why is my fan continuously running when A/C is selected?

I bought a home with a honeywell TB8220U1003 thermostat that automatically turns heat on and off with no issues if I have the setting (switch) on my furnace set to heat. In order for my cool to be ...
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Lennox Furnace Blower not working on AC In On or Auto

Please Help! I have a Lennox Furnace Model G60uhv(X) after years of working fine I switched the thermostat to AC and it failed to start the cooling cycle. I suspect some sort of problem with the ...
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Thermostat wiring for ac

I recently installed a nest thermostat for our AC system. Unfortunately I was short sighted and just assumed all the wires were the color I needed. Since installing the thermostat our system won’t ...
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Furnace Connect G Wire

I have a dual energy electric/oil furnace that is wired to a thermostat with 2 wires R and W. I don't have any AC. Inside the furnace there is a switch relay to control the fan but it is not connected ...
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Only blows hot air on both modes

I just installed a new Honeywell WiFi thermostat and my heat pump only blows hot air on heat and cool mode.
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Do any home thermostats have an adjustable control range?

I am having trouble with AC and need to replace it soon ; so I have been listening to it cycle .I knew it only stayed on a short time but I just found it runs less the 2 minutes ; that is with ...
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Heat not kicking on

I live in an apartment with radiator baseboard heating and an old Honeywell round dial thermostat (no external switch). Heat has been working fine all winter. Weather has warmed up past few days- it'...
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How many wires should be in a new thermostat cable?

When roughing in thermostat wire, how many pair wire would you use to cover most thermostats? I'm asking because keep seeing questions about C wire and wifi.
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Installed Honeywell R8285A 1048 control center combined with a Honeywell PRO 8000 thermostat

to operate an inline duct fan on a long run to a new addition. Thermostat in the new addition activates fan when the thermostat is set to cooling perfectly. I can use it to manually turn on the fan. ...
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Where to install C wire?

I need to run new thermostat wire since I don't have a C wire to power my smart thermostat, but need some guidance on where to hook it up. I have five wires at my thermostat, two going back to my ...
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I have an unused C wire hooked up to thermostat and have no idea where to connect it to the furnace for power

I know this question gets asked all the time but I've spent hours staring at forums as well as my furnace and at this point I'm desperate. I just bought a nest thermostat that needs a C wire ...
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Weathertron Xl1200 to Nest Thermostat

We have a Trane Weathertron Xl1200 heating pump with the thermostat pictured below and are trying to replace it with our new Nest thermostat. Our old system has a variable speed air handler and we ...
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Remove switch that controls thermostat

I recently bought a condominium in a large building, built in 2005. It has a single thermostat, and the thermostat works fine. But right next to the thermostat, there is a switch. It looks like an ...
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Old furnace with extra wire, but no c terminal Janitrol, 19 year old furnace

I've searched multiple threads regarding this, but I didn't manage to find any that seemed to match my use case. My board doesnt have a C terminal, and it doesn't have the other terminals connect to ...
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Can I use this White Wire for a thermostat C wire?

An AC-only machine cools a storage facility: no heat. The 30 year old thermostat is to be replaced with a wifi thermostat, which requires a C-wire to power the electronics. There are 4 wires: Red (...
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Can I safely jumper between either G or Y and RC at thermostat panel to troubleshoot AC problem?

I'm trying to troubleshoot a non-functioning AC. The fan does not come on and there is no cool air/condenser does not run. My thermostat is a Braeburn. Three things I'd like to try for ...
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Ecobee 4 not recognizing PEK

I have four wires going to the thermostat. So I installed the PEK 5 wires out of the PEK to color matching terminals in the furnace block. Going into the PEK were the four wires from the thermostat, R,...
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AC unit not turning on

My A/C doesn't come on when I set the temperature on the Braeburn thermostat very low. Also, the recirculation fan doesn't come on when I set the thermostats fan setting to 'on', as though the indoor ...
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Furnace with no “C” connection

I have a mobile home furnace. This furnace only has a 4 wire connection terminal, G,W,R,Y. I also have a condensing unit outside with the 24 volt 2 wires coming to the furnace. I know I connect one to ...
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How to connect a new C wire

I have a 2 zone, single stage, heat only system with 2 wires running to each thermostat. I'm looking to install 2 Ecobee's; I have a second Honeywell AT72D1683 that I can install if needed and have ...
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Converting I+ I- thermostat to 'standard' wiring

I've been replacing my thermostats with the RadioThermostat CT50, which reports to my home-brew home control/alarm system. I have a 3-year old AireEase 4-ton unit in the shop that has a Comfort Sync ...
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Updating old Lennox thermostat - wiring confusion

I am trying to update my old Lennox thermostat to a Sensi smart thermostat. I checked the compatibility on the Sensi website and it appears to be a match except for this cluster of wires on the left ...
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C Wire in Air Handler

Can someone please help me find where to connect a C wire for my smart thermostat? Here are some pictures with descriptions. It is difficult to get to the 24v connection in the back. My schematic ...
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Identify this programmable thermostat?

A tenant in my rental home had the programmable thermostat shown below installed by an electrician friend. Unfortunately, neither the tenant nor the friend has its instructions and can't remember ...
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Complete power loss in over-the-range microwave

The over-the-range microwave in my kitchen (GE, 1500W) has completely lost power. The power loss was intermittent for a day, but then at some point it never came back. I have checked all fuses that I ...
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Green and red wire connected together on terminal

I am installing a smart thermostat but I found the old thermostat has the green and red wires both running to the g terminal. When installing the new thermostat I will be removing the jumper wire ...
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Manually Toggling Heatpump Reversing Valve to enable cooling

Background A Radiothermostat CT80 fails to signal heatpump cooling, so jumpering the RED node with the GRN (Fan) and YEL (Cooling) node has successfully enabled cooling. The weather became cold, ...
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Evaporator fan motor does not turn on, could it be thermostat?

If thermostat freezes, will it not turn on the fan motor? It will turn on if I spin it manually. Whirlpool fridge with freezer on the bottom.