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I can't be 100% without a relay part number or datasheet -- but most commonly, that type of specification would be 8A switching a resistive load (say a small heating element), and 3A switching an inductive load (say a fan motor). Solid-state inputs and relay coils generally don't draw enough current to be a problem.
Had same problem this winter, heat man installed vent in plentium to blow on drain pipe. Installed T joint above drain end so if freeze occurs it would drain in crawl space.seems to have worked well !!Open or close vent as needed.
Condensing furnaces are designed to be installed ONLY IN A CONDITIONED SPACE. Whoever installed one in an attic might need to get qualified to do heating work. Get the specific manual for the unit and see if there was something special that was supposed to be done to allow for that unit to be installed where it was subject to freezing temps. Again, the ...
With certain detail changes, option 1 can work - you need to provide for airflow below and behind the cabinets - most base cabinets have 3-4 inches of wasted toe-kick space (kudos to the clever ones with toe-kick drawers instead, but those would be a hindrance in this case) and some space between the cabinets and the wall. By making sure of the space behind, ...
The hot water baseboard heating will be heating the room mostly due to radiative surfaces that conduct the heat out of the water pipe and into the air of the room. For this to work there needs to be allowance for the air in the room to naturally move from the heater area and into the room. If you cover it up it will not be heating the room in the same way. ...
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