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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Nest thermostat e heat link replacing the old danfoss

I really need help with replacing this current danfoss thermostat with a new nest thermostat e heat hub. I'm in the UK. Below is the new heatlink just need to know what wires I need to wire and what ...
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C wire - thermostat - not providing power

I'm replacing my old Honeywell thermostat with a new Wifi thermostat. My old/current one is battery powered and doesn't use the C wire. I found the C wire behind the plate. I connected the c wire to ...
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Can't get wifi thermostat to work with gas boiler

I bought a Sensi WiFi thermostat and I have been trying to install it. I can't quite figure out how this wiring should work. Here is a link to pictures of the boiler and the current thermostat. The ...
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Checking my understanding - How to add C-wires for smart thermostat install x3

I'm in the process of installing some smart thermostats (Nest Thermostat E) to replace my old ones. I have a boiler radiator heating system with three zones. Two zones are straightforward heat only (...
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Is my control board bad?

I have a Goodman evaporator/gas heating unit that runs the central fan motor constantly after it is powered up a couple of seconds. This happens regardless of what wires are hooked to the control ...
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Replacing A Trane thermostat with A Honeywell Wifi thermostat?

Heres what I have. On A Trane brand thermostat Red wire = R Black wire = W2 White wire = W1 yellow wire = Y Green wire = G Orange wire = O Blue wire = B or from what i'm told is my C wire?? And i'm ...
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Do I need a special thermostat to take advantage of a modulating gas valve?

I just got a high efficiency condensing gas furnace installed. I feel like it was done poorly, but I'm not sure. Some questions I'm wondering about are: Do furnaces need to be level? It is visibly ...
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Swapping to Hive thermostat. 4 wire communicator has 2 wires per post

I'd previously asked if I could swap my wires from the 4 wire communicator to the larger board and was told I could. I finally found time to do it. However, as I was preparing to move the wires, I ...
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Where to connect my “c” wire on the boiler side. Weil mclain gas boiler

Im just curious if the “c” terminal on the plug in relay is where im suppose to connect my “c” wire on the boiler side. I have 18/5 wire ran already. Just need to find out where to terminate. To the ...
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Intermittent Furnace Issue

So I have been having a bit of an issue with my furnace since installing the nest thermostat. The first day after I installed it was perfect. Everything was working. The second day I kept getting the ...
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Main burner in NG fireplace goes out

What could be the reason of main burner going out intermittently. The pilot stays on. The voltage of the thermopile is 638mv when burner is off. The thermostat is a manual heat only. When I short out ...
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how to connect C wire for ecobee lite to Weil-McLain EG Series-5 gas steam boiler

I want to upgrade from a battery powered Honeywell thermostat to an ecobee3 lite. This is for heat only. My current Honeywell has two wires: Red and White. Missing is the C cable. There are enough ...
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Old thermostat to Hive thermostat

My wife decided we needed a smart thermostat... which means I need to install said thermostat... Currently a Bryant Evolution series is mounted. She purchased the Hive with Hub when it was on sale. ...
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Add a c-wire to 25+ year old Rheem furnace

I've looked at just about every post on adding a C-wire to power a WiFi thermostat but remain uncertain on how to proceed. The current installation on a Rheem RGAC-080A is two wire as here: XFMR - ...
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multiple thermostat boiler connection

I have a boiler system with thermostats and valves for three floors. before i changed the boiler what ever thermostat called for heat worked for that floor. Now all thermostats have to be on or ...
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How do I get the Nest Thermostat to warm up my house prior to arrival

I have a Nest Thermostat and live in the UK. I have a radiator based heating system. When I leave the house, some time later the Nest realises this and sets my house to Away. From this point onwards ...
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Heater will not shut off when it reaches desired temperature

I am just noticing this running the heat. If I set the thermostat to 70 it will run and run and the temperature reads 70 but the unit does not shut off. If I turn it up to 72 and then when it reaches ...
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Is a 2.5 Ampere relay sufficient for 24V thermostat AC only application?

The goal is to 24V control signal YEL (cooling) and GRN (fan) for a Florida storage building, with three AC units. A single board computer (Raspberry Pi) is outfitted with 2.5 Ampere relays. Is ...
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No C terminal on furnace. Workarounds? Possible the AC?

I'm Trying to connect my C wire to install a new thermostat but the furnace doesn't have a C terminal. In my readings on this I found that because I have an AC,I can connect my C to one of the wires ...
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I have a Quadra-fire topaz direct vent gas fireplace, what type thermostat is needed

I'm looking to run a thermostat to my gas fireplace, it's a millivolt system, how do I wire the thermostat correctly
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Temperature of water in the shower fluctuates - will a cheap thermostatic tap help?

I recently moved to an apartment where temperature of water in the shower fluctuates and we called for a plumber. He either cleaned up or replaced one part (I think it was the mixer - nothing visually ...
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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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Relay requirements for Heatpump Thermostat

I would like to understand if three 3-relays are enough to control a heatpump. As I understand it, 24V AC is applied to: Green: Fan Yellow: Cool White: Heat When designing a network connected ...
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Honeywell RTH6500 WiFi Thermostat wiring questions for a heat pump

I'm trying to install a new Honeywell RTH6500 thermostat on an old heat pump system that has regular plus emergency heat and the closest matching diagram says to put both the white "W2" wire and black ...
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Can I calibrate this thermostat? (Cadet brand, 240V)

My thermostat operates but seems to be badly calibrated. It will hold temperature, and you can adjust that temperature, but its not the temperature it says on the dial! It goes much higher than the ...
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Old furnace with no “C” terminal for wifi thermostat

I'm new to this forum and was wondering if I could get some help regarding installing a Honeywell WiFi thermostat that requires a "C" terminal. I currently have an older thermostat that has only 4 ...
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Thermostat Relay Positioning

A Florida AC-only storage building is equally divided sections each with: a single hallway to provide access to storage units 3 doors (25 feet apart) provide building access into one of the hallways ...
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Wiring c wire to current valve controller

I am looking to hook up a wifi smart thermostat and realized while I have 3 wires hooked up to my old thermostat, the common wire is not hooked up to anything in the basement. I'm wondering if I can ...
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Relay in Thermostat: current capability \ rating

When designing a thermostat, a relay must swtich a 24V AC signal to call for cooling / heat / fan etc. Industry standard thermostat wire color code used for most systems: White. The white wire ...
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Need help disassembling Groehe shower thermostat

I have what I think is a Grohe 19624 Shower thermostat like this the one shown here: http://www.guillens.com/index.jsp?path=product&part=392046. It is leaking and I need to get it apart 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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Rth5160d1003 New Thermostat wiring from Older 7 Wire Setup o & b wires?

I need help with wiring up the new thermostat. I have a Gas furnace heat with heat pump. Goodman Units. The old thermostat G=GREEN C=BLUE Y=YELLOW R=RED O=ORANGE b=BLACK E=WHITE. The new thermostat ...
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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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Using a ground wire as a thermostat C

Just theoretically, A C wire is just a return for 24v transformer right? So if you were in a situation where you have access to the slab, or just a standard outlet or switch receptacle could you wire ...
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Fan will not turn on in my wall radiator

Last year it was super hot water running through it constantly 24/7 all winter with no thermostatic control. I had to let the fan run for more heat. If I went to bed and left it running the ...
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How to correctly wire a bathroom heater switch

I have an old Honeywell thermostat-type switch that controls the heater in the bathroom. Teenagers frequently forget to turn it off and so it runs for hours. I want to replace it with a push-button ...
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Boiler only runs for 4 minutes then shuts off

I have a Slant/Fin boiler that's attached to a old White and Rodgers thermostat, typically the boiler only runs for about 4 minutes before it shuts off. This small period isn't really heating up our ...
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2 humidistats for 1 humidifier

I have two zones in my house with a damper system and want to move away from using my humidistat to control the solonoid valve on my humidifier and instead use my Nest thermostats. My zone control ...
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One Furnace, Dual Zones — Install Sensi on each?

Just bought a new (<6 years old) house and it's two stories, but only has a single furnace in the attic and a single condenser outside. However, there are two thermostats that work (semi) ...
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Is the transformer bad on my Central Air Conditioner?

Need some help diagnosing a problem. My very old central AC unit isn't working. It's just AC and about a year ago I connected a C-Wire to the air handler when swapping the thermostat for a wifi ...
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Does a thermostat need to be connected to the fuse box? My builder says no?

I just purchased a home, and was in the process of replacing the thermostats with Nests. I flipped off all the circuits in the fuse box, and the thermostat on the first floor powered off. However, the ...
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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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Thermostats with or without variable temperature differential (swing)

I am looking at replacing my thermostat, and don't really need or want one with geosync. I am thinking of the honeywell RTH9585wf. Currently I have a lux that is not wifi but programmable. It ...
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New thermostat for hydronic heating, no wiring labels, 3 wires

This hydronic system was not working when we bought our home. The fan would kick on with a manual switch but when you changed the temperature settings to go above the room temp nothing would happen. ...
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thermostat wiring

Consider a simple two wire thermostat for a heating system, as shown in this diagram from electrical.online.com. There are two wires going into the thermostat, one, Rh, from the 24vac secondary of the ...
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240V wiring and a thermostat

Newbie here. I do a bit of home electrical work at the most basic level. (Replacing outlets and switches. Running a new line off an existing outlet. Nothing that would even elevate me to an amateur ...
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Can a wifi thermostat to control milivolt operated fireplace?

Have a propane gas fireplace, controlled by a hand held remote control thermostat. Wish to install a wall mounted wifi controlled thermostat, heat only. Seems that all available thermostats operate ...
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Air conditioner locating c wire on old unit

Hi guys I'm trying to figure out I'm using a dual heat and cool thermostat so i decided to get myself a smart thermostat and want to connect both thermostats into 1 but I'm having trouble location the ...
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Issue Installing Ecobee 4 on 4 zone boiler with Aquastat

I have a 4 zone valve boiler system. Each of the zone valves is Honeywell. I have a 24-volt transformer along with an aquastat. I have attached a photo of the wiring diagram from what I can tell ...
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Low Voltage C-Wire at Thermostat

Looking to install an ecobee thermostat and decided to measure my common wire before unhooking anything. I tested the R, C wires and see they are only reading 14v, whereas R,Y, and R,W are reading 28v....

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