Installing a Thermostat


NOTE: Always disconnect power before performing the thermostat installation

1/4” hex nutsetter & driver
small sized flat head screwdriver

Follow the thermostat manufacturer’s installation procedures

1. Unplug the stove’s power cord from the wall outlet
2. Remove the 6 x 1/4” hex screws from the slotted back access panel
3. Unscrew the control board from the side of the heater (2 x 1/4” hex screws)
4. Unplug the 9 pin wire harness from the back of the board
5. Install the thermostat module by plugging it into the 9 pin plug on the back of the control board
6. Locate the thermostat terminal block marked T’STAT INPUT, found on the back of the module
7. Be sure to run the thermostat wires through one of the slots of the rear access panel before
connecting the wires
8. Connect the 2 wires from your thermostat to the terminals on the module, 1 per terminal. Ensure
the wires are firmly connected
9. Connect the 2 wires at your wall thermostat to their terminals. Ensure the wires are firmly connected
10. Reinstall the 9 pin wire harness to the 9 pin plug now found on the thermostat module
11. Reinstall the control board and the slotted rear access panels
12. Plug in the stove and you are ready to operate with your thermostat

2010 Tax Credit for Pellet Stove Purchases – Everything You Need to Know

ax Form For products “placed in service” in 2009, you need to file the 2009 IRS Form 5695 and submit it with your 2009 taxes (by April 15, 2010).

On the 2009 1040 form, the residential energy tax credit (from Form 5695) is claimed on line 52.

For products “placed in service” in 2010, you would take the tax credit on your 2010 income taxes.

What you need to submit and save: Save your receipts and the Manufacturer’s Certification Statement for your records.

Submit Form 5695 with your taxes.

Related topics: Which products qualify for a tax credit?

Is there an income limit on the tax credit?

Which components associated with my product are also eligible?

Is the $1,500 tax credit for each product? Each year? Each person?

Can the tax credit be carried over to future years?