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On the mounting bracket (see
wires go from the R and C terminals over to a block. Not sure what the
schematic is for that block, but I only connected the furnace R terminal
to the corresponding R terminal on the bracket, and the display did not
light up. It needs power (of course) so without a connection back to
the common side of the transformer there's no continuity.
If they at least had a diagram showing a typical setup it would be
clear(er), but currently it's a bit of a mystery.
kjpro @ usenet.com wrote:
<pre wrap="">Bought the 1f95-371 on eBay, but apparently it is only for
heating/cooling systems. What's the difference and can it be used with
a regular system?
One thing I noticed is that it doesn't take batteries and there was no
display when I hooked it up. I hooked up the R to the "R" terminal,
which already had a red wire in it which goes over to a jumper (along
with a black wire, which goes from the jumper to the "C" terminal).
There's a jumper from R to C?
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