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regular oven conversion to support convection

A workable approach: Sell oven on craigslist (or whatever,) buy convection oven. An approach that will invalidate your insurance coverage in the event of a fire related to the oven: Let's slap some ...
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Electric infloor heat with solid hardwood floors - should the wood feel warm?

Tile will always be a better conductor of in floor heating than wood. The more important question is: "are both rooms getting to desired set-point?" If so, you don't have a problem.
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Electric infloor heat with solid hardwood floors - should the wood feel warm?

The floor feeling warm is actually a sign your room isn't well insulated: The underfloor heating has to compensate for heat losses. These depend on the quality of your insulation. The worse your ...
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