Question about Heating & Cooling
Go to the gas valve and look on the valve it will tell you the rating. Set the adjustable heat anticipater on the thermostat to that. Look for something like .54 amp or .35 amp. If you have a amp meter you can make a 10 wrap and get it that way but that is too much work. ken
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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