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INSTALLATION trying to connect the thermostat to the baseboard heater and the power supply. I see 2 black wires with a crimped wire nut and 2 with a regular wire nut. not sure i understand the instuctions. can u tell me what to do?

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You undo the regular wire nut, and attach your two wires to feed the heater. To the two wires that you now have.

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