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Since the run is so long you should consider upgrading the entire run to #8 wire. #10 CAN handle the load for short lengths but for that long a run you get too much line loss. Here's a website that might help you with some information: http://www
How to Wire Air Conditioning ThermostatsHow to wire a thermostatTo wire air conditioning thermostats, you need to know what types of thermostat your air conditioner needs. Heat Pump and regular air conditioner unit has two differences Ac thermostat.
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I'll use this gif from my other answer, to try and describe how the system works. I'll focus only on the heating side, just to keep things simple. When the thermostat is not calling for heat, the circuit is open and electricity cannot flow
I have a natural gas boiler and a pellet stove. I have a Honeywell programmable thermostat (2 AAA Batteries) that I have used independently with both of these systems. Switching from one system to the other requires rewiring the tstat
This is the most common problem with the Nest. You need to hook up a "C" wire. Here's the thing
Before I begin, I would like to request "call a technician" suggestions to stay off. I do know a nice guy who can look it up for me, for a variety or reasons, one of which being my general history of fixing stuff, I would like to take a first stab at
Then next thing to do if you have 24 volts is to go to your thermostat. Put one lead of your volt meter on the red wire and the second lead on any other wire. If you have 24 volts then you have power to your thermostat
When you say that your AC "keeps running", does it ever stop? Or does it keep going forever? I know that many thermostats actually cool a few degrees below the target temperature and dont kick in till a few above said temp (usually a delta of 2F). As
Customer: replied 7 years ago. I agree that it sounds like a potential miswire somewhere. When the house temp is real cold (low-mid 60s), apparently the furnace is not kicking in properly when it should