|Register | FAQ's | New Posts | Today's Posts | Extras|
Unexpected wiring found on existing thermostat
Model Number: Trane XE80 Brand: -other- Age: 5 - 10 years
I am replacing my thermostat. I've attached a photo of the existing wiring and new wiring.
1. Why is the existing thermostat wired backwards (R --> W and W --> R)?
2. Why is G (fan) controlled by a relay and switch located in the basement rather than the thermostat? Is it for mechanical 2-wire thermostats?
3. Is the new wiring reasonable?
R --> R
W --> W
G --> G
C --> C
Thanks for any help!
Trane XE80 natural gas forced air furnace with White Rodgers 50A65-475 ignition control board
Current thermostat is a LUX 1500
New thermostat is a HAI RC-80
My place is a townhouse condo built 1999 in Calgary, Canada
If attachment doesn't work: FurnaceWiring
Ads By Google
See inside of your appliance - diagrams and part photos for virtually every model.
powered by AppliancePartsPros.com
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Thermostat wiring||BrewerIA||Dryer Repair||1||03-15-2010 07:10 AM|
|Thermostat wiring||wrktem||Dryer Repair||0||02-04-2010 10:39 AM|
|New thermostat won't plug into wiring.||Jim Roethler||Oven Repair (including Ranges and Cooktops)||3||10-21-2009 12:36 PM|
|New thermostat won't plug into wiring.||Jim Roethler||Oven Repair (including Ranges and Cooktops)||3||10-20-2009 09:24 PM|
|Wiring Oven Thermostat||lbosma||Oven Repair (including Ranges and Cooktops)||0||05-15-2008 12:47 PM|