Thermostat Wiring Colors Code | HVAC Control

What you will learn in Thermostat Wiring Colors Code article:

 

  1. What thermostat wire color is likely to go to which terminal on the thermostat.
  2. Basic electrical safety and standards for wiring color
  3. The function of each wire terminal on the average thermostat. Additionally highlighting some of the differences in those functions from manufacturer to manufacturer.

Sometimes the thermostat is not the problem. Therefore please check this article for a checklist of things to check before calling a heating and cooling repair service.

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