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I just purchased a home built in 1981 - it has intertherm heaters thru-out - 3-in floor models, 2-in wall (little - bathrooms), and 6 baseboard EBH - the little ones in the baths do not work at all - can not find parts for thermastats, and the baseboard ones all have the knob on side of units with OFF - 1-5 - no matter what number you set it on, you are blown away by the heat - can not control the heat - and can not find any replacement parts.

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INTERTHERM parts can be purchased through a local american supply

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