I Need Help Wiring Low Voltage On Heat Pump


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Old 10-06-08, 08:39 AM
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I Need Help Wiring Low Voltage On Heat Pump

I Decided To Change Out My Propane Furnace For An Electric Furnace And Heat Pump.

my T-stat Is A Honeywell.

its Numbers And Letters Are C-g-y-o/b-rc/r-aux-e-l.

my Furnace Is A Bryant With A Heat Pack.

its Numbers Are W3-y-w1-g-c-w2-o-r-e.

my Heat Pump Is An American Standard And Its Colors Are

Brown-blue-yellow-black-orange-red.

my Low Voltage Wiring Is A Six Pair From T-stat To Furnace,from Furnace To Heat Pump.

those Colors Are Brown-blue-green-yellow-white-red.

How Do I Land These Wires On The Three Pcs.

To Make It All Work?

Thanks In Advance.
 

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Old 10-06-08, 02:46 PM
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Was this need for help really that much of a stumper? It seems there were more difficult questions then mine.Oh well.
 
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Old 10-06-08, 05:19 PM
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Did you do this yourself? Or are you trying to save money by doing part of it yourself?
 
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Old 10-06-08, 07:59 PM
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Originally Posted by lowell lynn
my T-stat Is A Honeywell.

my Furnace Is A Bryant With A Heat Pack.


my Heat Pump Is An American Standard .
We are going to need the model # on these 3 items. Did the dealer do the project and didn't do the t-stat or what??
 
 

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