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Posted by Harold E Kestenholz on March 14th, 2003 12:57 PM
In reply to Baseboard Heat by Christopher on March 14th, 2003 10:03 AM [Go to top of thread]

Usually a kitchen has less baseboard than required due to the short wall area. In this case, the heat would come from another room to the kitchen to slowly warm it, so if the thermostat is in another room with enough baseboard, that area would warm quicker than the kitchen. The drift of heat to the kitchen would take a while and the other area would start and stop the thermostat.

A kickspace heater gives off enough heat to warm the kitchen on the first cycle.

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