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Old 12-10-2012, 02:03 PM   #1
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I just disconnected my thermostst from the wall to do some tile work and now I don't know how to reconnect it. My thermostat wires are red,green,blue, yellow, gray and white. The wires coming from the wall are white, blue, red and green in a bundle. A red/white heavywire and a white heavy wire together. a heavy white wire which is separate and a blue heavy wire with a fuse going to another heavy blue wire. The M/H is a Jayco 31DS. Any help will be appreciated.
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:11 PM   #2
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Is it a digital thermostat? Need more info.

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This is my "before" I changed out old thermostat to new digital.
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I just disconnected my thermostst from the wall to do some tile work and now I don't know how to reconnect it. My thermostat wires are red,green,blue, yellow, gray and white. The wires coming from the wall are white, blue, red and green in a bundle. A red/white heavywire and a white heavy wire together. a heavy white wire which is separate and a blue heavy wire with a fuse going to another heavy blue wire. The M/H is a Jayco 31DS. Any help will be appreciated.
There should be 6 wires attached to the thermostat unit.

1. Red = 12 VDC + Power
2. Blue = 12 VDC -
3. Green = A/C Fan Speed High
4. Gray = A/C Fan Speed Low
5. White = Furnace
6. Yellow = A/C Compressor

Those 4 W, B, R and G in a bundle should match up to those above. Those others are for AC and perhaps the low speed fan. It's hard to say what the mfg used for colored wire. If you have AC with 2 speeds and a furnace you do need
6 wires. I would hook up those first four and see what you got, then test the last 2 to see what happens. I have to suspect that heavy white wire is for the compressor. That's about all I can help.
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There should be 6 wires attached to the thermostat unit.

1. Red = 12 VDC + Power
2. Blue = 12 VDC -
3. Green = A/C Fan Speed High
4. Gray = A/C Fan Speed Low
5. White = Furnace
6. Yellow = A/C Compressor

Those 4 W, B, R and G in a bundle should match up to those above. Those others are for AC and perhaps the low speed fan. It's hard to say what the mfg used for colored wire. If you have AC with 2 speeds and a furnace you do need
6 wires. I would hook up those first four and see what you got, then test the last 2 to see what happens. I have to suspect that heavy white wire is for the compressor. That's about all I can help.
The Plenum and Thermostat are Coleman Mach
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Is it a digital thermostat? Need more info.

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The Plenum and the Thermostat are Coleman-Mach, Thanks for reply
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The Plenum and Thermostat are Coleman Mach
Maybe this will help:

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sourc...AWD2H77VX44Kww
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It is an Analog Thermostat. The plenum and the Thermostat are Coleman-Mach. Thanks Much
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