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Old 11-26-2010, 10:22 PM   #1
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how to wire up the honeywell relay #r8239d 1007 which I have 2 zone ,each has a 2 wire thermostat for (zone valve with 2yellow and 2red wire ) and taco pump for hot water heating could some give a simple wire diagram

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I've worked with a lot of those. They're very well labeled. The diagram is right inside of the cover.

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Old 11-27-2010, 07:01 AM   #3
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Repost under HVAC there are some wizards over there that work on this stuff every day. They will set you up.
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Don't post double threads in the forums. Please ask to have it moved to the appropriate forum.

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Why would you need to heat hot water?

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You don't if you are in Iceland. Comes out of the ground hot not icy.
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Cause hot water at 110F isn't as hot as hot water at 120F.
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So, when you are going the wrong way on a one way street and someone yells at you "you are going the wrong way" how do they know where you are going?
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Have faith fast one of those guys will help you, I hope.
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Cause hot water at 110F isn't as hot as hot water at 120F.

Isn't it nice to see the Mods take a post serious

I know this a DIY site. But geeze

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Recheck your numbers and letters and include the( CONTROL NUMBER)
the relay is in and repost with a question worded with more information maybe someone out there will be able to help you. Just trying to steer you in the right direction. Apparently there is a conflict with your numbers or your question. Maybe even a picture will get you an answer.

Repost in the proper format.
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Isn't it nice to see the Mods take a post serious

I know this a DIY site. But geeze
And what don't you like about those post.

While a little humor is thrown in to responses at times. When the OP ask a more defined question about what they don't understand, or what they need help with. They will be given the help they need. Within the limits of forum based aid

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