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Old 08-30-2019, 08:40 AM   #1
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Honeywell Thermostat Upgrade

I have a 2015 Sunset Trail 270BH with a Coleman Mach thermostat that I have not been happy with. I have an extra Honeywell thermostat that I took out of our house that I want to install in the camper. I have taken the Coleman of the wall and am a little confused with the wiring. I am aware that I will lose the ability to have the two speed fan but we only use it in the high speed so it doesn't matter to me. Has anyone had success with this upgrade and share and wiring diagrams or tips? Also here is a picture of the Honeywell wiring block.
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Old 08-30-2019, 09:04 AM   #2
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Granted, your rig is newer, but when I did the Hunter thermostat upgrade years ago, the two speed feature was maintained. I had to add a small micro stitch to the side of the case to enable high or low speed but that was pretty easy to do. You might take a look at the past posts for "Hunter Thermostat"upgrade. It was popular around the 2007/8 timeframe.
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