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How do I connect the two thermostat wires from a Honeywell R8184G4009 to a programable thermostat. My old thermostat is not marked.

Connected to a programable thermostat. --- ACE Smart Temp Universal programable therostat. There are two wires coming off the Honeywell R8184G4009 Oil Burner Control and I do not know where to connect them on the thermostat.

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On the Protectorelay Oil Burner Control R8184G4009, you connect the two thermostat wires @ "T" and the other "T". On the ACE Smart Temp Universal programable therostat, connect one wire to "Rh" and the other wire to " "W". Be careful if you are using this thermostat for A/C. In that case, make sure there is no jumper between "Rh" to "Rc".

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pick the right model from this list http://yourhome.honeywell.com/home/Products/Thermostats/ click on detail and it will offer you downloadable manual.

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