Non-Programmable Double Pole, Line Voltage Heating Only Mechanical Thermostat Zoom

Non-Programmable Double Pole, Line Voltage Heating Only Mechanical Thermostat

SKU:LV2

Brand: Lux

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Specs

Application: Heat Only
Electric Heat (Line Voltage)
Stages:
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1 Heat
Programmability: Non-Programmable
User Interface: Mechanical
Mount: Vertical
Voltage:
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120v
240v
Temperature Range (F): 50°-90°F
Warranty: 3-Year Limited Warranty

Description for Lux LV2

Line voltage thermostat from LUX Products Corporation, the perfect choice for the do-it-yourself customer. The LUX LV1 double pole line voltage thermostat makes a great addition for baseboard heating requirements. It will replace almost any double pole model and is easy to install. Complete installation instructions make it a breeze.

Features:

  • Line Voltage Replacement Thermostats
  • Double Pole
  • For Baseboard, Ceiling Cable And Other Radiant Heat
  • Repalces Honeywell, Mears, White Rodgers, TPI, Markel, Emerson, Cadet and many other thermostats
  • UL Listed
For Use On:
  • 1 Stage Heat Only: Single Pole 120/240 VAC Systems up to 22 Amps
Not For Use On:
  • Conventional 24V Heating and Cooling Systems
  • Hydronic (Hot Water) Systems

Specifications
  • Watts (120V): 2640W
  • Amps (120V): 22
  • Watts (240V): 5280W
  • Amps (240V): 22

Non-Programmable Double Pole, Line Voltage Heating Only Mechanical Thermostat

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    I have a two pole Lux thermostat that may not be wired properly, not sure. In the off position heater is off as it should be, turning the knob till the contacts close and heater comes on, no problem. The problem is the heater won't shut off once it is on even a after a period of time . The thermostat is on an inside wall and opposite the wall base board heater. I belive the thermostat is not wired correctly or it is faulty. Any Suggestions???
    Asked on 9/6/2010 by Sparky from Delta, Colorado

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