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Baseboard heater yes, my baseboard heater located in the bedroom won't shut off the button is not clicking. The heat as been on for one week in this room. what can I do? Please Help me? thank you

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The stat points are stuck together or the stat is defective. try tapping on it to make them loosen up or replace the thermostat.

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To put it simply; any other heat source is better than your existing baseboard heaters. Yes, there have been sincere advances. Here is an informational website:

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When you turned off the power to the heaters was the breakers a double (2 pole ) one? If so, then yes, it defintely is 240v. There are very few 110v baseboard heaters out there anyway. The best way to check is to have an electric meter and check it out for sure. Actually if you are working on electrical circuits and you do not have an electric meter to check if you have them shut down for sure, you are on dangerous ground. Always be safe and check before working on any circuit.

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I have some confusion about what you are asking......

There is no such thing as "Hydronic Electric Baseboards"......

I am assuming you are referring to the oil filled baseboard heaters. If so....

The same amount of btu's required to heat a space remain the same whether the elements heat a liquid to warm the air or whether they heat the air directly, the same amount of wattage will be consumed. So, their is no more or less efficiency between the two.

If you are referring to "Hydronic Baseboard Heaters" (these baseboards are fed from a boiler with a pump) Then....I will assume that it is a gas boiler. In which case, the gas boiler would be more cost efficient to operate. If it is an electric the same rule applies as above......the cost is the same.

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I have a FahrenheatPro. and it doesn't seems to not throw out hea


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Two 8 ft baseboards will heat this basement fine. You should eliminate any sources of flooding before you invest in refinished your basement.

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