- 1). Turn off the power to the heating and air conditioning system at the main service panel.
- 2). Remove the old thermostat cover and body to expose the low-voltage wires.
- 3). Label the wires using masking tape to identify their screw terminal locations.
- 4). Disconnect all low-voltage wires.
- 5). Remove the terminal base from the wall, leaving only the low-voltage wires exposed through the wall.
- 6). Thread the low-voltage wires through the terminal base of the new thermostat and mount the base to the wall using drywall anchors and screws. Check the alignment with your level.
- 7). Connect the low-voltage wires to the appropriate terminal screws using the manufacturer's chart and your labels to identify the appropriate locations.
- 8). Attach the thermostat body and cover to the terminal base.
- 9). Turn on the power at the main service panel and program the new thermostat according to manufacturer's instructions.
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