Originally Posted By: rmoore
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Small 1947 house on a crawl. The living room, dining room and front bedrooms had “normal” baseboard heaters. The kitchen, laundry/utility room, and rear bedroom had functional radiant ceiling heat. That seemed odd enough but, in each room, directly below the room’s thermostat was a separate switch only about a foot off the floor controlling power to that rooms ceiling heat (I had the client throw the switches while I checked the meter).
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As the thermostats were functional by themselves, does anyone have a clue as to why the extra switch and the strange location? The best I can come up with is that they had a small, very well trained dog named "Setback".
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