Old 12-07-02, 01:46 PM
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Question Thermostat

My baseboard heater does not come on unless I turn the t-stat up to at least 90. I purchased a replacement but the replacement has stranded copper wires and the wires in my wall are solid copper wires. Is it safe to connect? The old t-stat is about 25 years old.
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Old 12-08-02, 04:57 AM
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Not knowing what type of baseboard heat you have....Stranded or solid wire, it doesn't matter.
Old 12-08-02, 05:59 AM
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Sorry, it is electric 220 baseboard heat. A friend told me not to connect stranded to solid wire, but I don't trust him.
Old 12-08-02, 06:06 AM
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That's fine, most t'stat for electric are stranded wire.
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