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  1. HVAC
    So I'm a DIYer renovating my house with a tricky thermostat wiring issue that I KNOW should be theoretically possible, but I'm having difficulty figuring out the last steps. For Context: My house is a single story manufactured home that has forced air heating and cooling. I replaced the...
  2. HVAC
    Hello, I'm replacing an old mercury thermostat from 1959 that has three wires: Red - 4 White - 5 Green - 6 / Y Only the green wire was connected to a letter/number, the rest were just attached to numbers. This thermostat is connected to a boiler only that heats the house using baseboard...
  3. HVAC
    I am trying to wire an 8-wire White-Rodgers Big Blue (model 1F95-1277) thermostat to accomodate 1 cooling stage and three heat stages. I want my Hydronic Water heat pump to be the first stage heat, the Hydronic Forced Air to be the second stage heat and the electric heat strips to be the third...
  4. HVAC
    I could really use some advice. I have an outdoor wood furnace supplying 180 degree water to my house. I have hydronic radiant floor heat on the first floor, it works great. We could not put radiant on the second floor so we have a heat pump there. Now I would like to run a hot water line from...
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