the connections on the thermostat are as follows for conventional; Y2, W2, G, W Y, R and RC. For heat pump; L, AUX, G, O/B, Y, R and RC
THe old thermostat had a "C" connector but was not used and it says it is optional with batteries, new one has no "C" connector but uses batteries
At this point anything is possible, LOL. Didnt pay too much attention, just started taking it apart.
I have a jumper btw the r and rc, does it matter which one I put the red wire into. I am assuming I leave the jumper in and power either side by inserting the red wire
Unit turns on but is blowing warm air.. Outside unit is also on. The air coming out of the vents smells like when you first turn on the heat after not using it all summer
Carrier inoor and out and how the heck do I program for heat pump? Thermostat says "cool on"
Got it figured out, after calling Honeywell and speaking to someone in India
Seems to be cooling, it has gone from 84 to 82 inside in about 15 minutes or so. Dam A/C guys came out the other day and wanted to charge me almost 700 to clean the evap coils. Same group I have been fighting with since 2006 because when I turn on my oven the house gets up to over 80 degrees and the a/c cant keep up