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I am replacing a four year old Bryant thermostat (7 wire) that runs a Bryant heat pump and gas furnace. I connected the Honeywell EIM to the old wires using the same colort codes: W = W (o/b); Orange = W2; Y = Y1; R = R; G = G; Blue = C. When I powered up the system the thermostat accepted programming and setup commands but cannot find the equipment (Error code 089). Help, and Thanks. Ron

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