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You'll need a transformer to step down mains voltage, to 24 volts that the thermostat can use. And you'll need a relay that can work with 24 volts. You'll wire it up something like this. When the thermostat calls for heat, the relay contact will be pulled closed. This will signal the fireplace to turn on. NOTE: the three contacts used on the ...


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A) Transformer. B) Relay or electronic relay, 24V in switching whatever on the output side.


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The other possibility is that the gas meter can't support the BTU load of the fireplace, furnace, and water heater all at the same time. The meter itself has a max flow rate it can support (cuFt per Hour or CFH). The gas company can replace your meter with a larger unit for a small fee. I recently installed a 150,000 BTU pool heater. A month prior to ...



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