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Does anyone know how many watts are in a 7 1/2' and 8 1/2' baseboard heater. These were installed new, approx 30 yrs ago. I would like to install an electronic thermostat but need to know what the wattage is. Does it say anywhere on the units what the wattage is?

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USUALLY AROUND THAT TIME THEY WHERE @ 2500 KW TO 4500 KW DEPENDING HOW LONG ARE THEY.

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