I have a furnace and central air conditioning. I had a contractor renovate the basement and in doing so, he removed (2)sets of 3 color thermostat wire(Red Green White) and replaced the wire with (1)set of 6 wires. When he looked at the control board on the furnace he noticed that the wiring seemed off. It didn't look like it was wired the way it was supposed to, so he told me when hooking up the new thermostat wire, to make sure that the control board is wired correctly.
So, a few months ago, my mother in law, in all of her glory, decided to install a thermostat while I was out of the house and confirmed the contractors thoughts, that the system was wired incorrectly, because she subsequently blew the transformer and control panel at a minimum.
I purchased a new control panel, and am ready to wire up the thermostat according to the way it is supposed to, but I thought I would make sure, that the rest of the system was wired properly before I do.
The pieces in question are the 2 relays, and the fan timer. I have no idea how these are supposed to be wired, so it's hard to say whether they go to the control box the right way. I wonder if anyone had the ability to look at this wiring diagram(which I drew from what is currently there) with all the information, and tell me from their experience if this is wired correctly.
Thank you in advance for your time!