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Old 04-10-2014, 10:56 PM   #1
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Smile Replacing a duo therm thermostat

I have a 2008 Georgetown 370 and I want to replace the slide thermostat with a Honeywell rth6450/rth6350 programmable stat. I have included a picture of the wiring as it is right now.in hopes someone can tell me where each wire goes on the Honeywell stat. Thanks gmann55
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Do a search, "Thermostat" several posts. I replaced mine but my instructions are over at the rig in storage. What I remember is if you want to keep the two speeds on the fan you need to ad a small toggle switch,, I did not, so I only have the High speed for A C fan.. Sure works better now.
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I called Dometic to see what I needed. I have 2 Penguin AC's on the roof with a Duo Therm 5 button thermostat that is hard to read. They have a 12 button thermostat that look to have a larger display. Dometic said I needed a new board in each AC and a telephone like adapter wire too.
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