Paul, from Foxboro, Massachusetts I wish I found this site earlier, it is by far the best electrical related resource I have found on the web. Route ground wire to the baseboard heater. Most spaces require 10 watts per square foot of space for homes built since the s. Set the heater aside and drill an appropriately sized hole into the wall or floor. Reroute the power cable from the baseboard heater to the wall cutout where the thermostat will be located. Continue to daisy-chain between successive heaters as needed. If wiring on the left, disconnect factory connector A.
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Typical baseboard heaters produce about watts per foot:
Install and Wire a Baseboard Heater
Remove the wirenut and connect heater leads individually to power supply leads. Warning Always turn off the power at the breaker panel before working on an electrical circuit. This would be a dedicated circuit that is used only for the heater s and not other volt appliances. Electrical Wiring Questions and Answers. Under no circumstances should the black and white wire from the panel be connected together. The temperature in both rooms would be determined by the temperate of the bedroom with the thermostat.