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  1. Residential Electrical Forum
    Thanks in advance for your time. I'm wiring baseboard heaters in my house. Foreseeing that my panel is running out of spaces, and because it's a old house and it's difficult to run wires around, I wanted to pull as little wire as possible. It would also be very difficult to have one thermostat...
  2. Residential Electrical Forum
    Hi there, new to the forum. I recently purchased an older condo (built in the 60s) and have been in the process of renovating the place. I have 2 odd issues, any info would be greatly appreciated. 1) The thermostat that came with the place looks archaic at best, so I thought I'd take it off...
  3. General Electrical Discussion
    EDIT: My apologies for the misleading title on this post. It should read: "Who's fault is this?" Customer wants the heater to work. He doesn't want me to open it up to find out what's wrong, as that may mess up him being able to return it. I'm just trying to determine if there was anything I...
  4. General Electrical Discussion
    I would like to clarify something. - When I was trained we used to install cadet type heaters (fan forced) with single pole thermostats. Is this really code compliant? I am taking on on-line CEU course and it looks like it might not be. (I do not know the hp of the fan unit... (I could check on...
  5. General Electrical Discussion
    Hi there! Im trying to make a heater wire with 30 gauge nichrome wire, and a 110v to 24v transformer. I took a 3 prong plug and cut the wires exposing the hot, neutral and ground wire. I connected the hot wire (black) to the black wire on the transformer and did the same with the white wire. (I...
  6. General Electrical Discussion
    I have a anti condensation heater (used inside the switchgear), its rated voltage is 240volts AC and wattage is 30watts. I have to connect this in a 250V AC system. My client is suggested to provide a series resistor to drop 10volts, so that the voltage in the terminal of heater will be 240V...
  7. General Electrical Discussion
    I have a anti condensation heater (used inside the switchgear), its rated voltage is 240volts AC and wattage is 30watts. I have to connect this in a 250V AC system. My client is suggested to provide a series resistor to drop 10volts, so that the voltage in the terminal of heater will be 240V...
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