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Baseboard Heater

Need help in identifying brand of baseboard heater. One is 8 1/2" tall and other is 10" tall.

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    There must be marks somewhere on it. Have you removed any of the covers? – isherwood Nov 1 '18 at 2:27
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Welcome to DIY Home Improvement Martha Mills!

Looks like it might be Sterling. Specifically their Kom-Pak and Senior series.

  • I did remove all of the components and oddly, there are no markings. This is part of my bolier/hw system, not an electric baseboard. – Martha Mills Nov 2 '18 at 7:57
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Any electrical machine will have a nameplate somewhere with model number and vital information such as voltage and current rating.

Heaters typically do not ugly-up their products by putting the nameplate on the outside, where it would also be vulnerable to being painted over. There must be a cover plate to access the wiring; the nameplate is typically installed behind that.

  • This looks to be forced hot water and not electrical. – HazardousGlitch Nov 1 '18 at 20:41

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