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Heating my heater is not heating. We had this same problem last year and we were advised to replace our thermostat. We did and it worked for awhile. then we had someone come out to look at it. We were told we mixed up the wires when replacing the thermerostat. Any suggestions?

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Re: heating

There is nothing to do with thermostat
as thermostat is control for heating
it helps to maintain normal temperature
and if temperature exceeds it switches off the heater...............

Posted on Nov 17, 2007

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