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Trying to help my folks figure out what to do with heat in their house. Two story home in cold climate, 30 year old electric baseboard heaters.

Can I replace only the living room thermostat - or do I need to do all at once?

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  • Why would replace the thermostat ? Is it faulty ? Nov 15, 2023 at 6:19
  • I've answered your question but I feel like there's another question or plan in the background which you might want to also post. If the goal is to reduce heating costs, a more intelligent thermostat can help a little, but it's going to be on the order of a few percent at best. Almost certainly the better way to go will be by adding mini splits.
    – KMJ
    Nov 15, 2023 at 16:05

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Go for it. One of my friends has had to replace one of their baseboard thermostats twice while the other two are the original 1980s units. Unless this is a very weird system, there's no connection between the thermostats. Be aware that these will be 'line voltage' thermostats, so if you're thinking of using a smart thermostat it almost certainly won't work.

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