Beige Line Voltage Wall Thermostat w/ OFF Position, DPST, Open On Rise (No Thermometer) Zoom

Beige Line Voltage Wall Thermostat w/ OFF Position, DPST, Open On Rise (No Thermometer)

SKU:1A66-641

Brand: White Rodgers

White Rodgers
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$29.35
/ each
$141.75 / box (5 units x $28.35)
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Specs

Programmability: Non-Programmable
Voltage:
?
240v
277v
Color: Beige
Switch: DPST
User Interface: Mechanical
Application: Electric Heat (Line Voltage)
Mount: Vertical

Description for White Rodgers 1A66-641

Electric Heat Thermostats used for Controlling Baseboards, Cable Heat, Glass Panels, etc.

Features

  • Line Voltage
  • Beige
  • Double-pole disconnect model with "OFF" position which mechanically breaks both sides of line
  • DPST
  • Open On Rise
  • 40 Degrees F To 85 Degrees F
  • No Thermometer

Specifications
  • Watts (240V): 5000W
  • Amps (240V): 22
  • Watts (277V): 5000W
  • Amps (277V): 18

Beige Line Voltage Wall Thermostat w/ OFF Position, DPST, Open On Rise (No Thermometer)

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Poor Quality Control

By W Michael Morgan

from Clarksville, Tennessee

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Comments about Beige Line Voltage Wall Thermostat w/ OFF Position, DPST, Open On Rise (No Thermometer):

Purchased two thermostats to replace two old White-Rodgers thermostats which had worn out after probably many years of use. They control the baseboard heat in a living room and bed room of a rental apartment. One thermostat works fine, but the control knob on the other thermostat reflects incorrect settings, namely: turn the knob counter-clockwise, and it stops at about "44 degrees" instead of "off" --- turn the knob clockwise, and it should stop at about "84 degrees", but instead, it goes past "off" and stops at about "7 o'clock".

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