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I am looking for a #9954 A Singer unit mounted line voltage baseboard heater thermostat.

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  • amagill Aug 10, 2008

    the stat i`m looking for is 240 volt bi metal, the only number i found is cataloge #9954 A. The heater is eigther high end residential or commercial grade. The control knob is on top of the stat .

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