Question about Marley Electric Hydronic Baseboard Heater, 58" 240V/1250 Watts
I have a 5000w space heater from Fahrenheat. The unit comes with a thermostat attached to the model but it only reads hot to cold (not a number). The unit will also be mounted up on the ceiling where I wont be able to reach it so I would like to add a line voltage thermostat. The thermostat I purchased is rated for this heater. My question is do I leave the simple thermostat attached in the unit or should I disconnect it? In this case I would run the supply line to the thermostat and then from the thermostat to the heater. Thanks.
Just disconnect the other thermostat. You can leave it there just disconnet the wires
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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