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Replacing an trane baystat 239 to a Honeywell RTH7600 : Not

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Replacing an trane baystat 239 to a Honeywell RTH7600
JA: I'll do all I can to help. Tell me a bit more about what's going on so we can help you best.
Customer: Not sure where the o and b wire would connect to the new system
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Customer: Not that I know of
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  Tim H. replied 6 months ago.

Hi, I'm Tim and I'm an HVAC expert here to assist you with your questions. Please provide all information I request as it makes it more difficult to troubleshoot something when I'm not there onsite. Essentially, you become my eyes and ears. Thanks for the opportunity to help. At the end of our dialog, you will have a chance to rate my service, but please wait until we are finished and you're satisfied you have all the information you need. Please be patient as many times we work with several customers at once.

Check down at the furnace or air handler, but I believe the B would go to B on furnace or air handler if it's a Trane unit and is your common. Really not needed on the new thermostat. If it's a heat pump system, O would go to O/B.

Expert:  Tim H. replied 6 months ago.

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Customer: replied 6 months ago.
It's connected but it's not blowing cool air
Expert:  Tim H. replied 6 months ago.

If you have a heat pump, you need to go into the setup menu and set system type to "heat pump".