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I am trying to replace a carrier thermostat (in Florida)with

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Customer: ***** *****. I am trying to replace a carrier thermostat (in Florida)with a Honeywell RTH9580 WiFi model.
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Customer: I have the following wires from the Carrier thermostat: R, C, Y-Y2, G, W-W1. I wired to R,C, Y, G, W -- but no power. I also moved Y to Y2, still no power.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  airheatman replied 1 year ago.

If you did not turn power off to indoor unit before starting you may have let wires touch and blew a small fuse in unit.If you did not turn off power tell me model on furnace and I will tell you where to look.

Expert:  airheatman replied 1 year ago.

Look in furnace for a small fuse on control board and see if it is blown

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