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Old 11-17-14, 09:29 AM   #11
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That sounds great.

How / what thermostat did you use? I assume its just on a wall switch?

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Yea, it replaces a regular wall switch, and installation was about that easy. Its a line voltage thermostat, specifically a Marley MS26, found on amazon for $10 plus $5 to ship. Temp differential is advertised as 5 degrees, but with the switch fairly close to the fireplace, it acts like 3.


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