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Disconnecting 240 hots without disconnecting neutral?

Circuit A is completely separate from circuit B. The neutral/white must remain for the red circuit to work. Circuit B does not use a neutral wire for the heaters. One would need to be added if a new ...
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How to replace thermal cutoff link in old baseboard heater

That’s only a 8.3 amp heater. the switch is just a standard safety that it heats up and opens. thermocouples produce a voltage that goes back to a controller or gas valve. What you need is the numbers ...
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How to replace thermal cutoff link in old baseboard heater

Usually a thermal cutoff is wired in series with the heating element and is intended to OPEN the circuit if the thermal threshold is reached. Some models self-reset but most are one-time use. Once ...
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