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So far it sounds like a thermostat wiring error, unless that same thermostat worked properly earlier, in that case it may have gone bad.
Tell me a lot about your technical skills background so that I can coach you most effectively.
Meantime if you can send me a clear well lit, well focused, close up photo of the wiring diagram glued to the inside of the blower cabinet door, and a photo of the printed circuit card where the thermostat wires attach I can mark those up with trouble shooting instructions.
Hello again, regarding your english at least in writing it is better than perfect, it is very very good.
If your speech is not as good you are probably just missing a few sounds that are alien to your native language. You could ask a co-worker to tell you what those sounds are and then coach you on getting those right... they will feel very unnatural to you no doubt and without the mouth and throat muscle memory to do them, but it can be done if you focus on just one of these odd sounds at a time, break the sound down into just parts of the sound, not even the whole sound. Maybe just how the sound first starts... practice that.
You wired the thermostat for a conventional system, not a heat pump, that is the problem. move all the wires straight down color for color, including the R to Rc jumper.
That should work, if you get heating when the thermostat is set on cooling, we may have to swap the orange wire for the unused blue wire, OR... go into the thermostat programming and reverse the action of the O/B connection.
We can go from there.
Attach the white wire to Aux/E.. that runs the furnace as back up to the heat pump.... aux/E is only energized through the Red wire when the thermostat is set more than 3 or 4 degrees above the room temperature, look at the thermostat programming to adjust that.