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The wiring should be: Black: one side of the double breaker to heater terminal A White: Other side of the double breaker to heater terminal B (this wire should be tagged black or red. Use a marker or some tape. Single-wire 220v means there is no 120v in the circuit, like a stove. There is no fixed temperature for a given power consumption. How hot does ...


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The long copper pipe, is that the discharge pipe? If moisture collects at the end of it, it can become acidic and cause corrosion. You may want to test the acidity of your water, but in general discharge pipe corrosion is not too much of a concern. The other pipes, however, seem to be suffering from galvanic corrosion which occurs when you have different ...


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There's not really enough detail to give a solid answer. The answer will depend on the type of thermostat you purchased and what the existing wires are connected to. There's a good chance that you have a switched (red), neutral (white), and hot (black) wire in the wall since baseboard heat often works line voltage. This would be a single pole thermostat with ...



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