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The yellow wire goes to Y? I think you meant to say. That seems okay. First Thing: Check to see if your contacts are pulled in
First, look for a switch located on or near your furnace. Location of the switch varies, so check the sides, rear or even in the rafters if the switch is not immediately visible. The switch will look like a standard light switch and should be flipped
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Like many do-it-yourselfers, my house was built around the time of the dinosaurs and much of the equipment was so antiquated that replacement was a matter of necessity. I noticed that my thermostat, a non-digital dial type that I am pretty sure was i
The latest addition to Honeywell's family of smart thermostats, the Lyric T5 ($149. 99) is an affordable option that offers some neat features, including geofencing technology to turn your heating and cooling on and off when you leave and return home
This question already has an answer here: I have a Laars gas boiler that has 3 heating zones; basement, 1st floor, and 2nd floor. I want to replace the old mercury honeywell tstats on the 1st and 2nd floor with newer honeywell RTH9580 wifi model for
I currently have an HVAC system that is connected to a Nest thermostat (2nd generation) and I'm planning to use the same Nest thermostat to control a 110 swamp cooler that is currently not connected. Before dealing with the trouble to connect both sy
Yes, play with closing the flaps of however many it takes. It really depends on who, how & when the ducts were installed, balance is the aim but the only thing that does get balanced (maybe) is what's in use at the time the system goes active. In
Question: What do the numbers on my electric stove top relate to in terms of temperature? The numbers are 1 through 9 on the dial for the stove top. My confusion is because I am following a recipe and the heat setting calls for Medium High heat. My p
by kinar Last Updated May 31, 2017 18:21 PM A few weeks ago my furnace developed a vibration that can be heard throughout the house. If I remove the side panel of the furnace or if I remove the filter, the vibration goes away. My theory is that the f