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Inner Tite

Model 95010A

Internet #202274778

Store SKU #980398

TC-2 Thermal Cut-Off Switch

$13.97 /each

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Inner-Tite Thermal Cut-offs are engineered to disconnect the power to heating systems when room temperature exceeds 165°F. When the heating system shuts off, flow of fuel oil or gas is discontinued eliminating the possibility of heater damage, a fire, or acceleration of an existing fire. Required by law in some states. Inner-Tite Thermal Cut-offs are economical, easy to install, and a prudent back-up to existing built-in heating system controls.

  • Temperature sensitive cut-off switch
  • Fuse style
  • Fits 3-1/4 in. and 4 in. round junction boxes
  • 4-1/4 in. x 1-3/8 in.

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Is this required in Masachusetts for a gas furnace?

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I make it a practice not to assert my beliefs and interpretation of plumbing codes. When you add the word Massachusetts, the state in which I live, you bring it to a entirely new level of complexity. Massachusetts plumbing inspectors are essentially omnipotent to interpret and enforce plumbing codes as they see fit. So although I don;t believe they are required, I would call the inspector/ code Read More
I make it a practice not to assert my beliefs and interpretation of plumbing codes. When you add the word Massachusetts, the state in which I live, you bring it to a entirely new level of complexity. Massachusetts plumbing inspectors are essentially omnipotent to interpret and enforce plumbing codes as they see fit. So although I don;t believe they are required, I would call the inspector/ code enforcement official in your town and ask them what they would like to see. Then do it that way. Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mar. 2013 Installation I guess I should re-invent myself as an oil burner technician. I pd. him $165 for this switch to be installed. Time taken to install: 5 mins. It took the heating system thru two blizzards without a blink. The previous cut off switch (not an Inner-Tite) lasted 11 winters. I hope the same for this switch. May 31, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect replacement Perfect replacement got our integrated HVAC system back and running with 48 hours!! Bravo! August 27, 2013
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