I have four baseboard heaters side by side running down the length of
my living room. Three of them don't work. Where do I start to look
for the problem and do I need an electrician? I would appreciate any
Linda, your average electric baseboard heater is 250 watts per foot. If
you've got four sections, in tandem across the wall, chances are they are
being controlled by electric heat relays, usually mounted at the service
panel and this is where I'd look for a problem, but this is a little
complicated so I'd do what the others recommend and call a pro
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