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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by retired btc View Post
    I am sure he has it fixed by now it was posted in 2004
    LMAO..didnt see that.
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  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by edbmoney View Post
    hello. i've got no power to my thermostat. i've got a dual climate zone in my house, and the upstairs unit has no power. i attemped to replace thermostat with a programmable one today, and mid-way through the job, found out i couldn't use the new one, so i decided to put the old one back on. wired it back based on the diagram i jotted down before i took the old one off. blue going to L, green going to G, black going to c, red to r, orange to o, yellow to y, and a jump bar between y and W1, and white going to E and W2. now, no power and i've checked all circuits and everything is fine. any ideas??? i need some major help here. thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by allsolut View Post
    It really upsets me that a lot of you guys are so rude to people and make smart comments to homeowners that post on this site. Do you treat your customers this way? Does it make you feel like a big man? For some reason some of you guys think your better than everyone else and your crap don't stink. So what if your a skilled tradesman who can work on a HVAC, big deal. Show a lil respect to people and maybe that will help your low self esteem and you want have to pick on others to make yourself feel better. Oh yeah go ahead a make another smart comment about this post.
    You were bored and paged back until you found a 6 year old thread that you don't like the responses to. And decided to revive it by posting an admonishment for replies made 6 years ago.

    Do you punish your children for what they did 6 years ago.

    Let old threads rest in peace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    You were bored and paged back until you found a 6 year old thread that you don't like the responses to. And decided to revive it by posting an admonishment for replies made 6 years ago.

    Do you punish your children for what they did 6 years ago.

    Let old threads rest in peace.

    You better watch out. In six years he's really going to tell you off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newoldtech View Post
    You better watch out. In six years he's really going to tell you off.
    ROFL

    I better start thinking of responses now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allsolut View Post
    It really upsets me that a lot of you guys are so rude to people and make smart comments to homeowners that post on this site.

    It upsets me that so many folks come here and ask DIY questions when the site rules they are supposed to read when they sign up for posting permission clearly specify that these types of questions are not a part of the site's offer of service.

    Do you treat your customers this way? Does it make you feel like a big man? For some reason some of you guys think your better than everyone else and your crap don't stink. So what if your a skilled tradesman who can work on a HVAC, big deal.

    Yeah, so what, I guess no one needs us. Let's all apply for government benefits.

    Show a lil respect to people and maybe that will help your low self esteem and you want have to pick on others to make yourself feel better. Oh yeah go ahead a make another smart comment about this post.
    A smart comment about this post? That would have to be precipitated by making a smart post, and as I read yours, I did not see the "smart" part.

    Now, if someone does not want to be teased a little about a post, they should read any obey the rules regarding DIY.

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    Necrothreaders rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allsolut View Post
    It really upsets me that a lot of you guys are so rude to people and make smart comments to homeowners that post on this site. Do you treat your customers this way? Does it make you feel like a big man? For some reason some of you guys think your better than everyone else and your crap don't stink. So what if your a skilled tradesman who can work on a HVAC, big deal. Show a lil respect to people and maybe that will help your low self esteem and you want have to pick on others to make yourself feel better. Oh yeah go ahead a make another smart comment about this post.
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    He shoudlve reconnected the pink wire with the teal one, and then checked to see if his thermostat ODJK-1721 connector was properly energized.


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