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An electric baseboard heater is a type of zone heater that emits hot air into a room. This type of heater is typically found underneath windows so that it can neutralize the cool air from the glass with its heated air wa... More »

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Electric oil baseboard heaters are just as safe as the standard hardwired baseboard heater. However, with both types, it is necessary to leave a foot of space between the heaters and anything flammable. Outlets within a ... More »

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The procedure for wiring an electric baseboard heater varies according to the capacity of the heater, whether the heater is a 240- or 120-volt model. Generally, it involves connecting the heater to the power breaker, fol... More »

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There are a number of different ways that a baseboard heater can be wired, depending on the specific type and model of the heater. How a baseboard heater is wired also depends on whether or not it is connected to a therm... More »

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A heater blower motor operates the fan that circulates cold or hot air into the passenger compartment of a vehicle. The heater blower motor can be located beneath the hood of a vehicle or under the dashboard near the cir... More »

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A baseboard heater thermostat is an electronic device that senses room temperature and adjusts the output of the connected heater accordingly. The system works to maintain temperature in a room as closely as possible to ... More »

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Hydronic basedboard heating systems can be purchased at The Home Depot, Lowe's, eBay or Amazon.com. Hydronic baseboard heaters can be filled with either oil or water. When filled, electrical current is used to warm the f... More »

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