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Wiring for a 240 Volt Wall Heater bypass built in Thermostat to a wall two pole Therrmostat

Bypass fan heater 240v. Thermostat to change to two pole Thermostat on the wall

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grainger has them- home depot. wire is easy wire one side straight to 1 wire on in coming power the other side use your thermostat to break curcit ie wire into stat out of stat to voltage

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disconnect wire A from the thermostat, and connect it directly to one of the supply wires. Connect B and C to the other for 2000W.

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