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 How to Replace Zone Valves in Baseboard Heaters?

Answer Zone valves are a component of water-based baseboard heaters. The valve opens to allow heated water to circulate through the water lines, which heats the water fins when air temperature has dropped... Read More »
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How to Replace a Single Pole Thermostat for Baseboard Heaters?

Line voltage thermostats come in two types: single pole or double pole. While both types of thermostats turn the heater on and off depending on the temperature set point, each has a different metho... Read More »
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How to Adjust Baseboard Heaters?

Baseboard radiator heaters mount to the baseboards along the bottom edges of a room where the wall meets the floor. Water filled radiator heaters have a control that allows the increase or decrease... Read More »
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How do I clean old electric baseboard heaters?

Cleaning the HeaterTurn the heater's switch to the "Off" position to turn it off. Allow it time to cool before continuing. Use a screwdriver to remove the end caps from the baseboard damper shroud.... Read More »
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How do I clean electric baseboard heaters?

Remove HousingTurn off the heater. Loosen and remove the end caps that hold the metal housing in place. Once the end caps are removed, take off the metal housing to reveal the heater's fins, which ... Read More »
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