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Thermostat can I use a remote wall thermostat with the ml300tba heater? I am using it in my shop, and I want to be able to turn the temp. up or down at the door as I enter and exit. My heater is on the other side of the room.

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Re: thermostat

These units are only made with a built in themostat and controls only. You cannot purchase an external thermostat or remote for this unit. Sorry...

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