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Old 03-18-2011, 09:38 PM   #1
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How to properly wire up a system-- between an electric furnace--heat pump and thermostat, thanks.

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Call a properly licensed HVAC technician.

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WTF?

I guess were are juts supposed to pull the answers out of thin air and put itinto terms any body can understand.
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If you have not noticed, most of the one post hitters are spambots, or those parties paid to find sites that they can spam openly.
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How to properly wire up a system-- between an electric furnace--heat pump and thermostat, thanks.
Need more information, model numbers of indoor, outdoor, thermostat?
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Hi- thanks for the help---t-stat robertshaw 300-226---coleman heat pump-brhso301bd--handler-f2rp030no6b. thanks

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