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Hunter 44360 thermostat wiring

Argh! my husband and I bought new thermostat and the heat will not come on. We are using the 4 wire heat/cool wiring. It looks as if alot of people are having the same problem but no solutions came up. Any thoughts? Below are the issues.

posted by hebigchief on Mar 08, 2008Report abuse
I currently have a Von Air digital non-programmable thermostat controlling my Trane electic a/c and heater. Where do I put the wires on a programmable Hunter 44360. Original connections are as follows:
Orange to O/W2
Red to R, Yellow to Y/Y2, Green to G, Blue to C and White to W/W1. The new tstat does not have the connection letters and seems that I have too many wires to connect. CAN ANYONE HELP????// '); }// ]]>Add a Comment Post Solution Work Queue --> Have the same problem? --> I have the same problem -->I have the same problem Post a new problem
XThis Problem has been added to the Share Your Expertise Page under "My Work Queue". OK4 Other Users Have The Same ProblemComment by rodney969, posted on Oct 29, 2008I installed the Hunter 44360 last spring. The A/C has worked all summer. When switched to heat the heater runs continuously. It will not shut off at the set temperature. Comment by mlc3530b, posted on Oct 19, 2008I have the same problem. The A/C side works just fine. However, when we tried the heat for the first time this morninig it would not shut off. Any suggestions? Comment by bjohnston, posted on Jun 15, 2008I have attempting to replace White-Rodgers (WR) Heat Pump Themostat (non-programmable) with Hunter's (H) 44360. I have Payne Heating and Cooling Heat Pump Model: PH10JA042-B

I have made the following connections and nothing works:

WR G connected to H G
O " " " Y/O
R " " " RH (I disconnected jumper to RC)
Y " " " Y1
W2 " " " W/B (WR had jumper wire to E)
There is a brown wire available not used by WR.
Comment by Guest, posted on Jun 06, 2008Yeah, my husband is trying to figure this out at this very moment! I was hoping to find some help! =)Best Solutionposted on May 03, 2008
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LOL I'm having the same problem with the same 44360.

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posted on Nov 14, 2008
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OMG! has anyone came up with a solution? I have the same problem as mlc3530b

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If you don't have the wiring information, go here: http://www.hunterfanhq.com/tools/sales/hunter/preseason/images/owners/42710.pdf and see page 10.  
If you're still having problems, go down to the furnace room and find the piece of equipment that you're wiring to.  See where the wires came from, transpose that to the information above.  Note: the wiring from the relay box should be 24 volts which is safe to handle.  Wiring inside the relay box may be 110 or more volts which is not!!!  Cut power before opening relay boxes.
As far as heater running continuously, be sure of your wiring.  You may have the gas relay lead and the fan lead reversed.  Determine if you've set the switch options for your type of heater correctly!!!  Do you hear the relay clicking in and out at or near the room temp when you change the setpoint?  If not, the unit may be defective.

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