> @Trini2dbone The thermostat, at least when I saw it, was not satisfied. It
> was warm inside because the coils were frosted over so not cooling the
> house but still running. However, in the past when this issue was happening
> I have heard the thermostat click off but the outdoor unit continued to
In your previous post you indicated the indoor unit was off but the outdoor unit on and there was 25v at the outdoor unit contactor.
If the stat was not satidfied and calling for cooling then the indoor unit fan should have been on. No or low air flow across the evaporator coil is one of the causes for the coil to freeze up. The problem could be the indoor unit fan control or the new stat.
Open the indoor unit lower panel to find the control circuit board, if there is a door switch you will need to keep this depressed in order to trouble shoot. Becareful as some terminals and connection maybe "LIVE". Locate on the board the stat conections. usually designated with the letters G Y C W O RC RW. With your voltmeter set to VAC and with the stat calling for cooling there should be 24vac across c & y and c & G.
While your at these terminals it won't hurt to verify the wiring connection between the stat and indoor unit. Verify the wiring colours match the terminals at both ends.
When you replaced the stat did you follow the 'Installers Set-up'? With Honeywell stats there is a code for the stat to control the indoor fan in cooling mode or to have the indoor unit control the fan. Usually the stat controls the fan in cooling mode; verify this as well.