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The lenght of each panel is 2600mm. The height of our Bathroom wall is 2750mm which would leave a space of 150mm to be filled. Any advice on how to get around this problem would be appreciated. If i cut 150mm lenghts to fit the spaces would this ruin the appearance of the wall.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are just going for heat only just connect the t_stat at these setting red wire R white wire to W green wire to G
Now the heater you can go to the gas valve or if it has a circuit board go to Red to R and white to W Green to G. Green is optional you just need two wires hooked up. You will see on top of the gas valve three connections the ones marked th are the ones you need.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
there should be an acess pannel there somewhere too get too it ,if not then you will have too cut the wall and replace the pipeing
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
SOURCE: hole in copper water supply pipe
solution#2 is one way to do it however those clamps will leak after awhile. You can cut pipe on center of hole and (A) push pipe up and install a copper coupling which does involve soldiering. Or (B) you can get a brass coupling fitting called (Shark Bite Fittings) which simply slides over pipe and locks and seals on pipes. This is a fairly new product and godsend to plumbers and plumbing repair. Whenever fixing pipes in walls check for any form of leaks thoroughly before covering up wall.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Does this heater have a fan,forced heat? If so, the unit will shut down if the fan is sluggish or stops. It could be getting too hot or the rhermal safety is weak.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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