Furnace Thermostat Wiring and Settings
How to Operating Your Furnace at Safe Settings – The internal high temperature safety switches will prevent the furnace from overheating as well.
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Electrical Question: Is there a way to rise the heating temperature of my furnace to 150 degrees.
I’m trying to kill bed bugs.
This electrical wiring question came from: Joe, a Homeowner from Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Thanks for your electrical wiring question Joe.
How to Operating Your Furnace at Safe Settings
- I do not think you can adjust a standard furnace thermostat to 150 degrees.
- The internal high temperature safety switches will prevent the furnace from overheating as well.
- You may consider other methods for killing bed bugs that may be more effective and much safer.
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