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I want to turn off my electric underfloor bathroom heating completely and don't know how.

I have no main on/off switch. Should there have been one installed as well as the Aube thermostat. Also should the thermostat be in the bathroom where the heating is? Many thanks Mary Liddy

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There should be a fuse or breaker that would turn that off. It should be on one circuit by its self for the bathroom heating system. If its a breaker just flip the breaker switch.

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