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It would be compatible with Nest Thermostats based on its configurations. Here's a wiring diagram for you to follow:
Please let me know if that helps.
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It appears that your system may not provide enough power or any power to either the thermostat or a specific wire (so the thermostat can’t complete a circuit and shows the E73 code). To isolate:
Please note: turn off the power from the HVAC system at the breaker box before touching the wires.
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have any concerns until the temps dropped. This is when I found that the aux heat was not working. With the wiring shown in the pic has worked well for heat pump heat and cooling, just not when there’s a need for the aux heat. Thanks for your continued support.
Thanks for the response and sharing a photo of your Nest Thermostat. It appears that your AUX wire is connected to the C terminal. Could you try connecting it to the W2 terminal? Please make sure that you turn off the breakers before touching the wires.
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