Question about Fahrenheat F2543 Baseboard Heater
What were you wiring? Usually the white wire is a neutral which is connected to a white wire or your neutral bar in the panel.
sounds like you either "crossed-phases", connected a red and black wire together somewhere or you have a "ground fault", a hot wire is somehow contacting something connected to ground or neutral.
would you write me back and let me know what you were installing and what you did other than what you wrote here so far.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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