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Frost King Automatic Electric Heat Cable Kit -  12 Feet Long - Pkg Qty 10

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Frost King Automatic Electric Heat Cable Kit - 12 Feet Long - Pkg Qty 10

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Frost King Automatic Electric Heat Cable Kit - 12 Feet Long

Automatic electric heat cables feature built-in thermostat to automatically keep water pipes from freezing down to -38°F. For metal and plastic water pipes. Power-indicator light in plug. Pre-assembled, with simple instructions included. UL, CSA Certified. Limited 1 Year Warranty

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    • BRANDFrost King
    • DESCRIPTIONAutomatic Electric Heat Cable Kit
    • APPROVALUL, CSA Certified
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The part with the thermostat has a black bulb protruding.I am assuming that is the sensor and the photos show this sensor being placed against the pipe. Does it have to be that way or will the sensor detect cold temps just by being exposed. I don't bleive in my application I can instll with the black part toughing the pipe due to the location of my outlet and not wanting to use an extension cord.

Question Asked By: Cliff , Cedar Park, Texas , November 07, 2011

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