Honeywell RTH6360D1002 installation

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Old 03-25-20, 11:01 AM
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Honeywell RTH6360D1002 installation

I installed the new Honeywell thermostat and the heating is not turning on. I have a Bryant Plus80 furnace #CK5BXW036021AAAA.

I have 4 wires as shown in the picture. Old thermostat had a jumper wire from RC to RH.

Did I install this correct or can you assist in why thr heating isn't turning on?

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Old 03-25-20, 11:15 AM
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red wire {24v) powers thermostat RH for a heating only setup. The jumper allows power to RC for cooling as well. Most often jumper is used for a normal single furnace with a ac coil on top to heat and cool the house.
Jumper is removed if using a furnace and also a airhandler maybe in attic with its own transformer.
 
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Old 03-25-20, 11:17 AM
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old thermostat:
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Old 03-25-20, 11:21 AM
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put on W not w2 the shaded areas
 
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I had originally put it in the shaded W, but it wasn't working, so I switched it to the W2. Would there be any other reason heating isn't turning on if it were connected correctly to W?

*edited* changed the wire back to W and it's working now. Thank you!!
 
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Welcome to the forums.

Quite possibly the wire wasn't pushed all the way into the terminal to make connection.
Those new style connectors are miserable.
 
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