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Old 11-07-2008, 12:47 PM   #1
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Honeywell RTH7000 and Goodman System Problem


OK I have replaced my old thermostat with a new Honeywell RTH 7000 i have installed all the 7 wires correctly but it is not working correctly. I have a Goodman CPLE 24-1B which I believe is an electric Heat pump. Setting 170 at 7 and 190 set at 0. Seems to blow cool air (not cold) when on cool and doesn't seem to blow hot air when on heat. I set to heat and the wait light comes on for about 5 minutes. Then will kick on for about a minute and blow cool air and stop, sometimes going back to the wait light. Definately not getting warm

Wires matched to HEAT pump Diagram setup
i have the blue wire going to C
Green wire going to G
Yellow wire to Y
Orange to the O/B
The only red wire directly to Rc (which is jumpered to R)
White going to (w2 or AUX)
Brown wire going E

What am I missing?
I have the diagram attached
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Old 11-08-2008, 11:51 AM   #2
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What brand was the old thermostat, and what terminals were the wires connected to on it.

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