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I am looking to replace my old thermostat with a Honeywell T6360. Presently there are three wires other than the earth: red, blue and a yellow. I see that the live wire, presumably red, must go to terminal 1. The confusion comes with the other two. It says the neutral should go to terminal 2, which I presume is blue, leaving the yellow one to go on terminal 3. Would this all be correct? What would be the likely consequence of getting 2 and 3 round the wrong way? Thanks.


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Better asked in central heating. I'll move it.


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Sounds right.

If you got 2 & 3 wring then the fuse would blow every time there’s a demand for heat.

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