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  1. Electrical
    Howdy. First post/question here so go easy on me! I have 2 gas unit heaters (30k & 45k Separated Combustion Hot Dawgs) serving separate garage/shop areas. They only draw 3.75 amps max each so 7.5 if they're running at the same time. I have 12/2 romex available to use so the question is, can I...
  2. HVAC
    Hi Having a problem with my Reznor XA-150 hanging garage heater. It goes on fine on the first cycle - pilot lights (no problem, new thermocouple 2 yrs ago), main burner lights fine, delay before fan comes on (normal, I understand) and heater runs for a while. BUT, after a while the fan stops and...
  3. Electrical
    In the process of wiring a Duraflame 240V ceiling heater for garage. I am wiring a switch in between the heater and panel. I have the wire run and attempted to wire the inside of the heater but the 10 gauge wire seems to be too large/stiff to wire to the terminal block in the heater. I broke...
  4. HVAC
    My two-year-old Reznor UDAP garage heater stops heating. The fans work, but no heat. The green light flashes twice, which the manual says indicates a pressure valve problem. This has happened twice so far this season, both times when the outside temperature has dropped below minus 10 celsius...
  5. Electrical
    So to this point I've read just about everything on 240v, 3 prong wiring and I'm still stuck. I bought a 240v, 4800w 20amp garage heater. I added the 30amp circuit (noted on the box as the required circuit), ran the 10/2 wire (it happens to be 10 CU 2, if that makes a difference, I was told it...
  6. Electrical
    I'm installing a 240V 40A electric garage heater. I expected to wire 2 hot (blk/red), neutral (wht) and ground (grn) but the heater only has 3 lugs. The ground lug's wire hole is much smaller than the hot lugs. Is this a pure 240V install where both neutral and ground are not needed? If so is...
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