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Old 07-27-2018
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larry i buy them at heating supply house they were around 10 bucks ea. last year
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Try here a variety of t-stats

http://www.supco.com/web/supco_live/...subcategory=44
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My Tstats came in this morning and I finally got around to getting them installed this afternoon along with new wires to replace the brittle ones that were shorting out.

PAY ATTENTION to the ORIENTATION of the connectors when purchasing new snap disc!! The male blade where the wire connects is 90 degrees to the mounting plate on the tstats I bought from Grainger. I didn't notice this when I bought them. This means the top tstat's bottom connector will touch the top connector of the bottom tstat. This is not a big deal since those are connected via a jumper wire anyway. Install will be easier if the tstat you purchase looks like the original which is at 45 degrees to the mounting plate. Live and learn. If I decide to replace it (probably not), I'll only be out about 7 bucks.



On a side note, the ones I bought did come with a cool little adapter that allows you to use the existing screw on wire connectors. I decided to use them and put ring terminals on all my wires. No particular reason why.
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