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Model TH106

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16.7 Amp 120/208/240-Volt Single-Pole Electronic 7-Day Programmable Wall Thermostat in White

$59.99 /each
  • 7 day programmable with early start function
  • Large, LCD screen is easy to read any time of the day or night
  • Retains programming indefinitely even in a power outage

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Save on your heating bill with digital temperature sensing and control. Easy push button 7-day personalized or pre-programmed settings, the TH106 provides battery free backup, silent operation, and an early start function to calculate the optimal heating start period. For use with line voltage 240, 208, or 120 baseboard or in-wall heaters.

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Does this theromstat fit inside the heater case, as shown?

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Cranberry Twp. PA.
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November 13, 2014
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no this is a wall mount only unit Home Depot has the one you need in the duct-work isle by the baseboard heaters
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January 2, 2014
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No, this unit mounts on the wall separate from the heat source. Good luck!
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Anacortes, WA, USA
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November 20, 2013
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This is a wall thermostat. Installation requires a standard electric wall box and it should be placed some distance from the heater itself in order to operate properly.
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September 24, 2013
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No. This is a wall mounted thermostat
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Vancouver, WA
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June 28, 2013
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The image shown is the actual thermostat. It is 5 inches wide X 5 inches tall and 1.5 inches thick. It does not go in a heater, it mounts to the wall and is hardwired for added value and appeal. This thermostat keeps you cozy by regulating the temperature within 1 degree of your set point and is programmable.
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Will this one go back to set temperature if there is a power failure?

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February 21, 2013
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Cranberry Twp. PA.
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November 13, 2014
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Yes but it is not a very solid unit mine started getting hot and short cycled my heater in about an hour meaning my heater turned on and of every second changed thermostat and was fine.
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Anacortes, WA, USA
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November 20, 2013
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Owner's manual says the unit will retain programming but power outages over 4 hours will require reset of the clock. When power comes back unit will return to setting at time of outage. I have not yet experienced a power failure since installation so cannot confirm this info, and I am not sure whether after outages under the four hour max the unit will resume programmed temp or prior set temp. Manual is Read More
Owner's manual says the unit will retain programming but power outages over 4 hours will require reset of the clock. When power comes back unit will return to setting at time of outage. I have not yet experienced a power failure since installation so cannot confirm this info, and I am not sure whether after outages under the four hour max the unit will resume programmed temp or prior set temp. Manual is unclear on this. Read Less
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Vancouver, WA
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February 22, 2013
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The Cadet TH106 programmable thermostat retains programming indefinitely even in a power outage, so you will not have to reprogram the thermostat when the power is reinstated.
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February 21, 2013
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I am unable to completely answer that question, but I do know that if there is a power failure for more than ten minutes it will reset itself, up until then it does not need to be reset to the desired settings.
So in short... less than ten minutes, the programing will return, after ten, you have to reset settings.
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can you put mutltiple baseboard heaters on one Thermostat

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November 13, 2014
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If you wire the heaters in series and only if they are on the same circuit now
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of course BUT ONLY up to a max load of 16 amp.
At about 250 watt per foot at 220 volts, (250/220) = 1.13 amp per foot.
Add 1/2 amp per unit.
So you could put 2 - 6 foot base boards or an 8 and a 4
Be sure to check the output of the baseboards/heaters you are installing - 250/ft is an average.
Add up all the wattage and divide by the voltage (220) then add 1/2 an amp per heater,
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of course BUT ONLY up to a max load of 16 amp.
At about 250 watt per foot at 220 volts, (250/220) = 1.13 amp per foot.
Add 1/2 amp per unit.
So you could put 2 - 6 foot base boards or an 8 and a 4
Be sure to check the output of the baseboards/heaters you are installing - 250/ft is an average.
Add up all the wattage and divide by the voltage (220) then add 1/2 an amp per heater,
Remember the more connections you make the more can go wrong. ;)
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Yes, as long as you stay under the maximum allowed watts. for every 20 amps stay under 2600 watts, stay under 1.3 watts for every 1 amp
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Hello dentlawn,
Yes, you certainly can, as long as they are wired in parallel, and your total amperage doesn't exceed the 16.7 amp max for this thermostat model, the Cadet TH106. Page 5 of the Installation Guide link here details multiple heater hookup for the Cadet electric baseboard heaters:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/7e/7ed24a24-7ecd-4fbd-aec6-5bc30ccb0f9e.pdf
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Hello dentlawn,
Yes, you certainly can, as long as they are wired in parallel, and your total amperage doesn't exceed the 16.7 amp max for this thermostat model, the Cadet TH106. Page 5 of the Installation Guide link here details multiple heater hookup for the Cadet electric baseboard heaters:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/7e/7ed24a24-7ecd-4fbd-aec6-5bc30ccb0f9e.pdf
Multiple baseboard hookups do require additional field wiring that is not provided with the heaters. It would be the same type of wire you might be purchasing for a new installation, either a 12/2 with ground, or a 10/2 with ground, depending on the size of your circuit breaker.
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How does it mount to the wall?

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Obviously this t-stat can't mount to a 2x4 box. Does it screw into the wall? What if I'm using the existing 2x4 box that the old t-stat was in?
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yes but it works better to use an "old work box" blue with the plastic tabs looks neater and is safer with a line voltage thermostat
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September 12, 2014
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Two screws are provided and there are two holes that you match up with the holes in the electrical box in the wall (if replacing) or match up to a new electrical box.
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Hi Terry, thank you for your question. Actually this thermostat does mount to a 2 x 4 gang box. The mounting holes on the thermostat base will line up with the ones on your existing box. Any line-voltage thermostat like this one has to mount to a gang box in accordance to electrical code.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job, and there are few alternatives! Easy to install, great to add to baseboard heater, especially when required as energy upgrades required when selling a house. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great thermostat Excellent, no complaints about it, works wonderful, I recommend it to everyone. April 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Regulates heat nice, but a tad confusing to operate. Installation couldn't be simpler and the two sets of mounting holes were a lifesaver. Powered the unit on and it defaults to manual mode. Set the temperature and it holds it great. Programming is a bit confusing, but reading the book helps and it's worth the little bit of aggravation. October 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Need More Info I have installed four of these in our church. They are working very well. Their instructions are not user friendly. I can usually read and I have no trouble following instructions. These instructions are something else. What they do not tell you is that there are only two temperatures that can be set; one for programs 1 & 3, and one for programs 2 & 4. These temperatures should be set before you do anything with program times. After the comfort and away/night temperatures are set, then and only then, do you set the times. The times can be made different for each day, but the temperatures must be the same each day for program 1 & 3, and 2 & 4. Temporary temps can be set which will be held until the next programed period begins. March 30, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by thermostat Difficult to change preset settings. Instruction manual hard to follow. Thermostat stopped working after 2 weeks. May 22, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by slick update Got this for the 120v bathroom fan heater. Has ability to mount on single box or double gang. Has no ground wire for the fixture, which is wierd. It does cycle a lot to check temp, which annoyed me when I slept, so I lowered the temp and problem solved! The other house heaters provide ample heat. I Like the display and options. Little bulky, not slim like the 240 version, which is through out the rest of the house. Would be nice to have matching units, but it will do. February 26, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not Impressed I bought one that got hot and short cycled the heater after an hour of use Bought one that worked for an hour as it should, then the thermostat got extremely hot and 240 volt heater (1500watt 240 volt forced air small wall unit) started to short cycle/ turn on and off every second tested all components and found it to be a defective thermostat. Would not recommend. I am a licensed electrician. . November 13, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works but hard to program The thermostat works well but the programming is difficult. Instead of entering a timetable and temp you have to program what temp the moon and sun represents. December 9, 2014
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