09:40AM | 01/29/12
Member Since: 01/29/12
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I'm buying a house and noticed this gadget below. It's upright on the side of the kitchen island, exposed, no cover. No bigger than 3 inches wide and 6 inches tall with a large gauge wire atop it. Can you tell me what this is and what it does? The realtor representing the seller couldn't even tell us.


10:31AM | 01/29/12
Member Since: 07/22/04
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It's called a thermostat. Don't know what it controls. Maybe an exhaust fan or something like that.


12:51PM | 01/29/12
Member Since: 01/29/12
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But it's about 4 inches off the floor, and there is no exhaust fan in that kitchen.


01:56PM | 01/29/12
Member Since: 07/22/04
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It's called a thermostat. Don't know what (if anything) it controls. From where I am I can only guess. Follow the wires connected to it and see where they go or turn the dial and see if anything comes on or goes off.
It's a line voltage thermostat.


02:15PM | 02/08/12
Member Since: 01/25/12
25 lifetime posts
Yeah, that is definitely a thermostat. So it's in kitchen? It may be for ventilation


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