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a 500 watt 24" baseboard heater. Can this be wired to a110 circuit
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a 500 watt 24" baseboard heater. Can this be wired to a110 circuit
instead of a 220?


Thanks Jerry


Yes, but it won't put out very much heat. You can get 120V baseboard
heaters, they're not very expensive.


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a 500 watt 24" baseboard heater. Can this be wired to a110 circuit
instead of a 220?


Thanks Jerry


Yes, but it won't put out very much heat. You can get 120V baseboard
heaters, they're not very expensive.


Where can I get a 110 heater?
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a 500 watt 24" baseboard heater. Can this be wired to a110 circuit
instead of a 220?


Thanks Jerry


Yes, but it won't put out very much heat. You can get 120V baseboard
heaters, they're not very expensive.


Where can I get a 110 heater?



I bought one at the local McLendons hardware store, anywhere that sells
baseboard heaters should either have them or be able to order them.


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Where can I get a 110 heater?


They got em at Home Depot, bought one for a cabin bedroom addition 2
years ago. Believe the manufacturer was Cadet.

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instead of a 220?


Thanks Jerry


Yes, but will only be putting out the heat of a 125 watt heater. W


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