8 Nice Garage Heater Thermostat Wiring Diagram Images
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8 Nice Garage Heater Thermostat Wiring Diagram Images - I'm also attaching a photo of the rear of the thermostat in relation to the diagram you provided. The vertical wires are l1 (pink) and l2 (black) and the horizontal wires are t1 (crimson) and t2 (black).
Additionally if you have a look at the image below, it indicates the back of the heater and the thermostat constructed into it. You may see l2 not related to the constructed in thermostat a good way to hook up with t2 on the wall thermostat. It additionally indicates l1 with a view to be disconnected from the constructed in thermostat and related to l1 on the wall thermostat. It also indicates the 1/3 cord (related to the built in thermostat), this will be disconnected and connected to t1 on the wall thermostat.
Thank you very an awful lot, it's miles all clean to me now, no longer to tug this on too much, however would be be less difficult if i returned the double pole thermostat in trade of a single pole thermostat, or just cross ahead and soar l2 to t2 as you're saying? Any benefit execs/cons to both thermostat.
So right now i've a 2 wire 10 gauge walking to the wall thermostat. And became pretty much to start walking every other 2 wire to the heater. However based totally on what you are telling me i must prevent and purchase rather a three cord 10 guage cable to visit the heater accurate?.
Thanks i'm able to maintain the double pole thermostat, can i leap l2 and t2 via using marette's (twist on cord connectors) this may mean a total of 3 wires in step with marrette or is there some sort of jumper twine connection i should be the use of?. Electricity comes into the contactor and wires to to the l1 and l2 terminals. Run a brief jumper from l2 to one of the coil terminals. Run a wire from the l1 to the thermostat run a cord from the thermostat to the opposite coil terminal. Run the heater wires from t1 and t2 terminals at the contactor that are the load terminals.