I have just recently installed wiring for a 250v construction heater
and want to put a thermostat on it.
Can anyone tell me what I need to do, and can I use an old furnace
thermostat to run it?
(BTW, thanks for the info I got for wiring the heater. It works great)
Any hardware or DIY box store will have lots of choices. They're cheap.
Typically < $15.
Construction heaters usually have thermostats on them, but they're not
I have two 4800W cube heaters for heating up my garage in the winter. "Proper"
thermostats would be nice in order to set a specific air temp, but I've found
that the built-in ones are good enough to avoid getting off my butt and
spend a few bucks to install "real" ones.
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