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I pretwist and then use wire nuts. Solder pots rule.
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B4T said:
I have a customer who has a 1960's line voltage thermostat... They want a "modern clock stat".. anyone come across one that fits a standard gem box..
I use them at work all the time.
I keep that adjustment knob on top, in my tool pouch.
Of course ours don't read in that Celsius scale.
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
What did you end up using?
I had to run new stat lines and put them in a better location.. the customer also wanted more of a selection for the stats...

I put in (2) cheap LV stats till THEY find something they like...
 

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I guess I'm missing something here - do the relays control line voltage baseboards? If so, I didn't think the Taco relays had the current rating for that.
I started with line voltage stat to control BB heat.. customer wanted LV clock stats... so I put in a TACO relay...
 

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Ok...how much current are you running through the Taco relay? I thought they were only rated for 10 amps, single pole? :blink:
I think you are really confused... :blink::blink:

The circulator pump takes less than (2) amps....
 
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