Question about Fahrenheat Electric Convector Baseboard Heater, 240 Volt
I would like to know if I wired my new heaters correctly went form power supply 20amp breaker 12/2 wire to thermostat from thermostat to first heater black and red wire pigtailed a second wire and ran it to the second heater pigtailed black and red with a second wire to the third heater. also hooked up ground wires in each of the units. Have I correctly wired these units together
Yes, you did a good job. Sounds like you paralled them. Which is right buuuut what size are these heaters. Add the wattage of all of the heaters and divide by 120 and that is how much current you will be using. On a 20 amp breaker you can only pull 16 amps safely. I think you will be way over unless the heaters are 600 watts each. You are allowed 1800 watts on a 20 amp circuit.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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