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WIRING A HEAT N GLOW FIREPLACE

Former owner removed the switch. need to know what type of switch is needed and how to wire it.

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If you are in the UK and you are talking about a wall switch, you would need a 20 amp double pole switch possibly with a flex outlet hole (for a heater up to 3kW rating) wiring should be straightforward Live IN/OUT, Neutral IN/OUT, Ground IN/OUT. NB Make sure the power is off before starting work.

If it is a bespoke heater mounted switch refer to the original supplier/manufacturer if possible.

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