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Manually turn on base heater, thermostat broken

How can I manually turn on my heat while the thermostat is broken? I have a honeywell F8-9446 base heater in my apartment.

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You can jump your w terminal over to the r terminal for manual but remember that the unit will not cut off on it's own.

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