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Old 03-14-2008, 12:48 AM   #1
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Hello All, how do you install the hookup at rough-in stage for this baseboard heater?
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I have never installed one before so am guessing it does not take a regular outlet box?

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Are you using a hardwired thermostat or the remote?

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You'll need to purchase the integral thermostat as well, or a wall mounted 240 volt thermostat. These BB units are hardwired directly to the cable from the wall.
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It will be a wall mounted thermostat 22amps 240v controlling 4 units on a 20amp breaker. A cable clamp will be used to connect the wire directly to the unit so the wire sticks out the finnish wall till the unit is installed?

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Yes, that's how to do it. Just make sure to mark your whites as hot and there are no electrical outlets placed above these heaters.
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