[Coco] OT: Heat / A/C controller replacement
jlhickle at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 8 08:03:04 EDT 2012
Now that I am older, I would probably just put a thermostat on each floor and walk between them and switch manually. I think I understand why you wired it the way you did. I once had a '72 Cutlass with AM radio, FM converter, 8-track player, cassette player and CB. All of it was wired with relays to switch the speakers to the active device. And some had to be turned on in a particular order. My dad couldn't understand why I wouldn't just turn things on and off myself. Now << I >> don't understand why folks can't just walk across the room to change the TV channel. Knobs, darn it! I want things to have knobs again.
--- On Thu, 6/7/12, Stephen H. Fischer <SFischer1 at Mindspring.com> wrote:
From: Stephen H. Fischer <SFischer1 at Mindspring.com>
Subject: Re: [Coco] OT: Heat / A/C controller replacement
To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Date: Thursday, June 7, 2012, 11:13 PM
If I was talking about the heat / AC control that was installed downstairs ~ 1970, then a simple replacement like you suggest would work.
BUT the problem is, how do you connect TWO of these with 5-6 wires at the SAME time.
If there is an understandable diagram online then I might be able to figure out what I did, looking at the wires connected to the heat / A/C it is puzzling to me right now what I did.
I just have two wires that when shorted turn the heat or A/C on. The downstairs controller sets the mode and will turn the heat / A/C off it it's setting is exceeded.
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