Question about Fahrenheat Built-In Baseboard Thermostat Heater
Is this a new installation? If so the elements may be pulling more load than the circuit can handle. That or you have a weak breaker. See what size the breaker is I.E. 20, 30, whatever, and see how may watts the heater is making. Divide that into volts (ohms law) and that should give you the amp draw. If its higher than the number on the breaker, then its overloading. If its lower but the breaker still trips, then change it.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
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Posted on Mar 21, 2008
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