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existing HVAC wiring comes through However, just because the wiring is going to pop out of the same hole doesn t mean it has to start in the same location The HVAC wiring in our own Smart Home was difficult to get at, simply by virtue of its placement As such, it would have been more difficult to feed the new cabling through the existing hole To ameliorate this problem, we simply drilled another hole next to the HVAC wiring This allowed us to be able to send the fish tape through and connect the cabling, then pull it up to the living room Naturally, your own home probably won t fit this particular solution; however, the point is to try and make your work as easy on yourself as possible
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The following steps should be followed to install the Omni II s thermostat:
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1 Remove your existing thermostat (shown in Figure 11-4)
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Don t throw away that old thermostat! It might contain a mercury switch, which is not something you want to just toss in the trash can Check with your local waste management company to find out how to dispose of old thermostats
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Removing the old thermostat
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2 Remove existing wiring by unscrewing contacts on the back of the thermostat
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Don t Let the Wires Fall back into the Wall
Tape the existing HV wiring to the wall with masking tape, or clamp it off some other AC way so that the wires don t fall back into the wall
3 Place the new thermostat on the wall where the old thermostat was located If necessary, drill new holes in the wall to accommodate the thermostat s new mounting hardware It might also be necessary to install new wall anchors if the thermostat is being attached directly to the drywall This is shown in Figure 11-5
Figure 11-5
Attaching the new thermostat to the wall
Mark Your Wires for Later Reference
Use small pieces of masking tape as tags to remember which terminals were connected to which wires Simply attach the tape to the wires and write the corresponding terminal letter on the wire This can prevent problems later if the wiring was not attached according to the color scheme that we outlined earlier Don t automatically assume that the correct colors have been attached to the correct terminals Double-check where they ve been attached to make sure they are appropriately reconnected to your new system
4 Thread the four-wire cable through the wall It might be necessary to utilize fish tape to pull the cable to its destination (as shown in Figure 11-6)
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Figure 11-6
Using fish tape to bring cabling up through a wall void
5 Connect the HVAC wiring to the appropriate terminals on the back of the new thermostat The same connections that existed on your old thermostat will apply for reconnection to the new thermostat This is shown in Figure 11-7
Figure 11-7
Connecting HVAC wiring to the thermostat
6 Connect three of the wires from your cabling (as shown in Figure 11-8) to the cable bundle and plug accompanying the thermostat, following these connections (and using butt splice connectors):
Black from the cabling is connected to both the red and black
wires of the thermostat
Green from the cabling is connected to green from the thermostat White from the cabling is connected to yellow from the thermostat
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Figure 11-8
Making connections on the Omnistat
7 At the control panel, the wires are connected to the following terminals:
The black and green wires are connected to Output 8 on the
upper row of terminals black is connected to GND, green is connected to 8
The white wire is connected to the Z16 terminal
Connecting More than One Thermostat
If more than one thermostat is to be connected, the thermostats are connected in parallel (that is, the wires from all thermostats will be connected to the same terminals on the control panel)
8 Attach the bundle of wires with the white plug (which is connected to your control panel) into the back of the thermostat 9 Push the wiring as deeply into the wall as possible so it won t interfere with the mounting of the thermostat 10 Ensure the wires within the thermostat are out of the way so the faceplate can be reattached
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