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Radiant or heated floors

Posted by tncraft (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 13, 12 at 22:12

There was a discussion on heated floors where several posters recommended to have 2 of "something". I tried to search but I can't find the discussion. I don't remember what that "something". It was along the lines of, if "it" fails, you'll have a backup and don't need to rip out your floor. Maybe, sensors???

Thanks!


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RE: Radiant or heated floors

It was Staceyneil who posted that tip. It is 2 thermostat wires from underneath the tiles running to the controller. Only one is hooked up and the other just coiled out of the way in the wall, ready to be switched out if the 1st one should fail. Right?


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RE: Radiant or heated floors

It was Staceyneil who posted that tip. It is 2 thermostat wires from underneath the tiles running to the controller. Only one is hooked up and the other just coiled out of the way in the wall, ready to be switched out if the 1st one should fail. Right?


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RE: Radiant or heated floors

enduring... Thanks! That's what I was looking. :)


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RE: Radiant or heated floors

the wires are called "probe". They go to the thermostat.


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