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I have intertherm hot water electric baseboard electric heater model MD-7 and need to change out thermostates. What are good digital display type thermostates to use for this

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This wire is powered by a small transformer, and delivers low voltage to energize the colenoid that turns on the ac unit. Turn the ac on from the inside. Then check if it is getting the voltage. Usually 24V AC. If not getting the voltage, go to the attic where the evaporator assemble is and locate that small transformer. It may have shorted out. You don't have to get an exactly the same one, but get one with same rating. They are rated with input voltage, output voltage, and ampere. They are usually 800mA. The input is usually 120 volts ac and output is 24 volts ac. It should say it on the transformer itself.

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There is nothing you can do if they want heat....the convection currents are what heats the air naturally rises and the cooler air falls to the floor... can't change nature...


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What is it that you are trying to do? Do you have a piece of hot water baseboard heater and you want to 'power' it with an electric hot water heater?

Codes aside, I don't see why it would not work. You will have to put a circulator (and a temp control device) on it to move the water.

This is not going to be a very economical heating system.

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