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Simple Schematic, Challenging Installation
1/27/2019

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As this Ecobee 3 installation manual photo implies, the push-in contact of the Ecobee 3 connectors are sized and intended for #22 and thinner-gauge solid wire (in my assessment); they certainly can't accommodate #18 stranded wire. (image source: Ecobee)

As this Ecobee 3 installation manual photo implies, the push-in contact of the Ecobee 3 connectors are sized and intended for #22 and thinner-gauge solid wire (in my assessment); they certainly can’t accommodate #18 stranded wire. (image source: Ecobee)

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