I've got two thermostats on opposite sides of a wall in an open concept
room which includes a hallway. I'm about to install a programmable
thermostat but don't want to splurge on more than I need. Is there an
easy way to let one thermostat operate both without getting into the
walls? I'm quite certain that the wattage will not be exceeded.
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yourself, "theres no place like home. There's no place like home. This
should get you the answer you desire.
On 5 Oct 2006 02:29:29 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
A t-stat switches a relay in the heater which caries the main power so
exceeding the t-stat's wattage is not a concern. However the placement
of the one t-stat is tricky. It needs to be where it will sense a blend
of both heater's output as not to over heat/underheat one of the two
areas. Can yougowirless? Dale
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