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24v Heat Only Thermostat (48-86F)


Brand: Robertshaw

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Application: Heat Only
Programmability: Non-Programmable
User Interface: Mechanical
Mount: Round
Temperature Range (F): 48 to 86F

Description for Robertshaw 200-401

The 200 Series Thermostats are decorator designed and engineered for outstanding performance. All models feature Uni-Line?s famous sealed-in-glass switch which requires NO LEVELING AND OPTIMUM PROTECTION FROM SWITCH CONTAMINATION. Models are available for 24 volt heating or cooling, millivolt heating, 2- or 3-wire zone, and with energy saving heating or cooling ranges. A decorating wall plate is included with all models to cover old thermostat mounting marks.

24v Heat Only Thermostat (48-86F)


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Nice Thermostat

By George

from Erie, Pa.

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Comments about 24v Heat Only Thermostat (48-86F):

Works great, the one I had before did not have a adjustment and would kick on way to much for a short time, like 1/2 degree, the Robert Shaw you can make adjustment so its not turning the furnace on so much, I believe they sell the one you can't adjust so your furnace wears out faster.

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    Will this replace a General Controls brand to be use with millivolt only in a wall heater?
    Asked on 1/20/2015 by Gabriel from Glendale, Ca.

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      no its 24vac

      Answered on 1/21/2015 by Supplyhouse Staff from New York
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