Hey Freon thanks for the help.
Sorry I didn't respond sooner, I wasn't in town. Hopefully you are still able to provide some advice and I hope i give you enough information to work with.
The Thermostat is a Honeywell. I don't know the model numebr but it is a basic thermostat with a white vertical face. One of those cheapie jobs, choose hear, fan or cool, choose your temperature. Hold temperature.
When the AC is supposed to kick in I do not hear a humming sound emitting from the condenser.
As for the wiring; which is my guess where the problem lies but also the problem I least want to address due to concerns I will have heat problems in winter again which is far worst than AC problems in summer where I live.
Regardless, I am not a furnace or electical expert obviously but I see wiring on the furnace board lined from left to - R C Y W G, configed as - R- Red, C- Yellow, Y- Yellow, W- Black AND grey ( assume one of them is the ground or neutral?), G- Green.The C and Y both have yellow wires further confusing me. The furnance is about 7 years old.
The therostat has only 4 wires available to connect though 5 slots on the thermostat (Y, G, Rh, Rc, W). The config is as - Y- has blue wire connected, G- Green, Rh- Red, Rc- NO WIRE CONNECTED, W- Yellow Herein must be the problem as there does not seem to be Is there a specific config you would suggest to get the A/C going? Obviouslt the allignments are out of wack, but how can I match when I don't have the same number of wires on the thermo? Furthemore the furnance board has two yellow lines confusing me even more.
Thanks for anything you can add here pal, from what I see you are a great asset to the board. I appreciate your patience.