Question about Fahrenheat Electric Convector Baseboard Heater, 240 Volt
You have to shut the power off to all your baseboards, make absolutely sure that the power is off !!!!! once you are sure, then its a matter of unscrewing the unit from the wall, then opening up the panel, uncouple the wires inside the unit that supply the power, wire nut the wires then tape with electrical tape, if at all possible remove the power leads from the breaker panel that feeds that particular baseboard, if not, then make extra sure you have the power leads secure and taped off as so they will not touch together or anything else, I would strongly recommend that you hire a certified electrician to do this !! as this type of home repair is very dangerous and deadly. hope that was helpful
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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