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Dayton Radiant Tube Heater-Model #7E258-Thermostat

Posted by mlutz (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 2, 08 at 8:05

I bought a Dayton Radiant Tube Heater (Model #7E258)for my garage. The manual talks a little about the thermostat but it really doesn't explain in detail where to wire it into. I was hoping that someone might have one of these heaters or one similar that could help me with wiring the thermostat. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.



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RE: Dayton Radiant Tube Heater-Model #7E258-Thermostat

That type of heater requires a line voltage, 120v heating T-stat, like one for electric baseboard, or if you wish to use a 24v stat for better accuracy or setback, a powered isolaton relay will be required.

Reverberray makes daytons heater (Graingers)

Here is a link that might be useful: Wiring on page 18

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