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My house only has 4 wires. I used this add a wire kit [amazon.com] that splits the 4 wires into 5 at each end without running another wire through the walls.

The thermostat works the same as if I had 5 wires. I'm not entirely knowledgable on how it works, but it was easy to install. Just attach the wire colors as the diagram shows.
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C wire, Absolutely required.
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Shows $99 for me
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Does anyone know if this thermostat requires a C (Common) wire to work? The reason I ask is because my heating and cooling system do not have C wire.
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Does anyone know if this thermostat needs a C (Common) wire to work? The reason I ask is because my heating and cooling system do not have C wire.
it doesn't say on the product info?
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For those who wants to lock down thermostat settings then look elsewhere. Otherwise this will work just fine.
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C wire, Absolutely required.
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Does anyone know if this thermostat needs a C (Common) wire to work? The reason I ask is because my heating and cooling system do not have C wire.

The C wire is required for the WiFi option.
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Yes, C wire required. I bought this last year because it works with Google Home. My house was built in 2001 and though the thermostat that was originally installed didn't need it, there was a C wire in the wall and disconnected inside the furnace. Easy to hook up if you're even mildly handy.
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How do I tell if mine has a "C Wire"?
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Does anyone know if this thermostat needs a C (Common) wire to work? The reason I ask is because my heating and cooling system do not have C wire.
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The C wire is required for the WiFi option.
My house only has 4 wires. I used this add a wire kit [amazon.com] that splits the 4 wires into 5 at each end without running another wire through the walls.

The thermostat works the same as if I had 5 wires. I'm not entirely knowledgable on how it works, but it was easy to install. Just attach the wire colors as the diagram shows.
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looks like it was $79 last bf
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Yes, C wire required. I bought this last year because it works with Google Home. My house was built in 2001 and though the thermostat that was originally installed didn't need it, there was a C wire in the wall and disconnected inside the furnace. Easy to hook up if you're even mildly handy.
I have a similar setup. Did you hook the c wire up to something on the furnace or did you buy a transformer?
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For everyone with c wire issues I recommended the sensi thermostat. Has been working great for me
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I have a similar setup. Did you hook the c wire up to something on the furnace or did you buy a transformer?
On the control board within the furnace you should see a slot for the C wire.
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