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I dont know where the power to my t-stat is coming from from my wall furnace. how do I check that with my multimeter. i have heat only

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My wall empire w35-6 wall heater is not connecting to the thermostat, what should I do?

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Look inside the control panel of the heater. look for a 120 volt to 24 volt transformer.  There may be a fuse on the transformer secondary.  The thermostat switches a hot 24 volt wire so you won't find a common at the thermostat.

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