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8 foot heaters in tandem

2- 8 foot 220 volt heaters next to each other. feed end has 2 wires. Other end has 4 wires spliced together in pairs. Want to feed another heater from the 4 wire side to another heater, the side with 2 wires. Tried breaking the crimped splices skinned then wire nut to feed out to another heater. The second heater is not working.Is this wiring correct?

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You should not wire heaters in series in less you know how to size wire and the amps that a wire can carry.you are flirting with fire

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