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Old 10-14-2017, 05:17 PM   #1
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Hey all, customer sent a photo of a thermostat that needs to move. It's electric baseboard heat. Does anyone known if the attached image is line or low voltage? Thanks
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Looks like a low voltage programmable White -Rogers. Look for the tiny allen screws holding it onto the wiring plate , some had those ....looks like the fancy front cover is gone as well.
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Low voltage.
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Thanks thought so too based off photo.
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sizewise it sure look like Low voltage verison due the line voltage typically are larger and thicker.

On low voltage electric heating the relay will typically be in baseboard heater or near the breaker box or junction box in basement near the baseboard heater location.
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