Install the Honeywell Wi-Fi smart thermostat with the help of this video.

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Install the Honeywell Wi-Fi smart thermostat with the help of this video. 4
Watch this video first. The video explains how to determine the type of wiring you have, how to remove your existing thermostat, and how to install your new Wi-Fi smart thermostat if you have a C-wire. If you do not have a C-wire, you'll be directed to videos for installations with other wiring options.

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How do I add a red link outdoor lock out sensor for heat pump with this thermostat

Author — RAMON GARCIA

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Finally found my thermostat! Very helpful video. its not hard, but one is reluctant to do something wrong, so its great to have the video!

Author — Lynn Kvamme

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The links mentioned in the video no longer go anywhere. I get a 404 - Page Not Found error.

Author — Michael Eayrs

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Question for anyone who can answer, I have a wire labeled RH and RC, none labeled just R, is that the same, my guess is that it is but just want to be sure, thanks

Author — WarlockCore

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I bought a Honeywell digital wifi thermostat to replace an analog Bryant thermostat. In most video and articles on installing the new thermostat, the existing heating/cooling system has a thermostat with three, four, or as in this video, five wires. My Bryant had eight and the nomenclature of the terminals in the new thermostat did not match the old terminals. No article I researched on the internet would say which colored wire went to which terminal in the Honeywell. I logged on to the JustAsk website seeking an answer. Not only did they not answer my question, it cost me $16. Useless. I called Honeywell. A woman with an Indian accent wasn't helpful either. Nor were the people at Bryant. I called a heating/air conditioning outfit in a nearby small town. They told me how they thought it should be wired but after following their advice, the system did not work and the thermostat did not energize. I called another heating/cooling business and they sent out a technician. He was as confused about the new thermostat as I was but he was still able to install it and make it work. This house has two heat pumps and two thermostats. In a couple of months I'm going to replace the other thermostat with a Honeywell wifi using the current one as a template.

Author — asimov72455

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horrible and useless customer tech support, not only was the guy hard to understand due to not being able to speak English, he had no clue what I was talking about and just kept repeating to get a contractor, totally useless

Author — WarlockCore