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Do you really add a full 1/2" of self-leveling concrete above electrical radiant heat wires for LVF or do you use less in practice?

Self levelling reduces walking and trowelling around the wires may reduce tiny air pockets around the wires and so improve thermal performance Some minimum thickness above the wires provides ...
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How can a 240V device with a single hot terminal be wired with two 120v hot wires?

The US system is actually very flexible. In most buildings you can wire up any combination of: 120V only - hot + neutral - used for most "regular" receptacles for plug-in devices, lighting, ...
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How can a 240V device with a single hot terminal be wired with two 120v hot wires?

I reviewed the installation instructions. Those terminals are hot/neutral on 120V and L1/L2 on 208V or 240V. You don't switch the ground through the thermostat, it gets directly connected. Your ...
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