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Hi everybody, I have the same problem, just installed a nest 3rd gen thermostat, and dies because of no power.
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Honeywell wifi thermostat wiring.
Before making the jump to a smart thermostat, become familiar with the c wire.
And yes, I hooked up the wires exactly like your diagram.
Again, the actual thermostat uses the words " Use the heat pump aux.
Hook up Rh and W to your millivolt appliance.
If the fan does not turn on, stop the test immediately.
If your HVAC contractor gave you a "warm climate" thermostat, or failed to add a jumper between the E and AUX terminals, you'll have to flip a manual switch to get the auxiliary heat to turn on.
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Does anyone have any experience with the Honeywell Redlink thermostat?
I've kept the nest thermostat is a sight makes it worked perfect for the nest a.
In theory, adding a second to the basement would allow me to set the temperature in the basement.
You just saved me a boatload of money trying to upgrade my home to Nest, and failing.