Honeywell HM700 Electrode Humidifier from Trusteam

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Old 07-23-20, 04:28 PM
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Honeywell HM700 Electrode Humidifier from Trusteam

I need help with my wiring on my newly installed Honeywell HM700 from my Old Trusteem. The problem is that the letters from my old unit are different in the new unit. Please see the pictures. The old is the color photo and the new (HM700) is the diagram.

As you can see the HUM, HUM, and Gf will match, But the R and The GT do not. I assume that the R can go RF but my green wire (which is my fan/blower wire) doesn't have a place to match. I know that I must keep my blue (GF) wire attached to the green (GR) if I want the fan to turn on when not heating or cooling. Should I just put both wires blue and green in the GF spot on the new unit?

FYI: My thermostat is integrated with humidifier control.
Any suggestions to help me wire this correctly will be appreciated. THANK YOU!




 

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Old 07-23-20, 08:20 PM
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Welcome to the forums.

Connect green and blue to Gf.
Connect yellow to Rf.
 
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That worked! Thank you for your assistance.
 
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Good job. Thanks for letting us know how you made out.
 
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You might want to check inside your duct for moisture accumulation twice a winter. Shouldn't be a problem if the Installation Instructions were followed to the letter as to distances from upstream and downstream obstructions, but you never know.
 
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