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My plumber installed my hot water baseboard backward. The feed and return are hooked up backward. What problems will this cause?

I believe my hot water baseboard heater was hooked up wrong. The feed and return are opposite. The plumber said it's not a problem as we'll still get heat. Is that so, because we don't get a lot of ...
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Why is my hot water baseboard heater not heating?

I have classic cast iron radiators in my house and then one "modern" one pictured below. It was installed in the 80s from what I know. It doesn't seem to produce much heat at all. It is properly ...
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What should I use to wire a 220v electric baseboard heater and thermostat? 12/2 or 12/3

When I bought my baseboard heaters, thermostats and 220v breakers I was advised to get 12/3 wire. When I attempted to install the heaters I found that the thermostats, heaters, and even breakers have ...