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72 in. 1,500-Watt Baseboard Heater

$56.52 /each

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The Fahrenheat 72 in. 1,500-Watt Baseboard Heater resists popping and pinging to promote a quiet heating operation. This electric baseboard heater is ideal for warming your bedroom, bathroom, living room or den. This heater is engineered for safety, ease of installation, efficiency and quality performance.

  • 1,500-watt electric baseboard heater at 240 volts is ideal for warming your bedroom, bathroom, living room or den
  • 3,413 BTU/hr. at 4.1 amps is perfect for home or office use
  • Unit-mount thermostat Model FTA2A or other optional remote thermostat needed for operation (not included)
  • Designed for a quiet operation without popping or pinging to promote a satisfying heating operation without the noise
  • Engineered for safety, ease of installation, efficient performance and quality

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Brand Fahrenheat Cadet
Ratings (2) (50) (12) (0)
Baseboard Heating Type Electric Electric Electric Hydronic
Voltage (volts) 240 240/208 240 0
Heating Technology Type Convection Convection Convection Radiant
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Can I connect 5 baseboard unit in a series

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April 1, 2016
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These 5 units total would be 7500 watts (31.25 amps @ 240 volts) You would need to break it up with 3 on one circuit and 2 on another.
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A complete installation guide is available for viewing via a link on the product page to help you determine if this item will suit all of your needs.
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What size wire and breaker are required for a single 72" heater?

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Actually you can use number 14 wire with a 15-amp breaker, that would be the minimum. I would use number 12 wire with a 15-amp breaker. The current draw for 1500 watts at 240 volts would be 6.25 amps.
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A number 12 wire with ground and a 20 amp breaker if this is the 240 volt model.
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Which controllable thermostat can be connected to the unit?

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How close can I place furniture to the baseboard heater?

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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Heater Easy online purchase. Did not need to use after all. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Purchase Very easy to install. Great product and easy to use March 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JUNK I had baseboard heat in my home for 20+ years and thought I would replace with what I thought would be more energy efficient updated baseboard heat. So in September I purchased 2 - 72" and 2 - 96" pieces. I just started using them last week due to the extreme cold. Boy was I wrong. The 1-72" piece of heat by its self makes more noise than the other 4 pieces I replaced put together. In my opinion this is the biggest piece of JUNK Home Depot sells to represent baseboard heat. The 96" piece makes even more noise than this 72" piece. DO NOT BUY THIS STUFF IT IS NO WHERE NEAR WORTH THE PRICE. I would not even take it if they were giving it away. February 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Baseboard heater- Easy to install, works great for the 200 sq ft that I installed it on, would recommend product for other people to use. September 30, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Be advised, do the math before you buy! Any 1,500 watt 240 volt heater is going to be a 6.25 amp load, not 4.1 amps like what is stated in this product description. Not a big deal, unless you install multiple heaters and you end up with too much load on your circuit. So double check these clowns, just take the stated watts and divide by the volts to give you the amps. Is this really a 1500 watt heater? A 1000 watt heater will draw 4.1 amps. January 13, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Works. That's about it These are, quite simply, wicked cheaply designed and built. If you have 30 year old units full of bugs and dog hair, these are an improvement. However, the sides don't fit the tops and getting the cover panel back on takes four hands and a prayer. And if you buy 5 I'll bet you'll have to return at least 2 for dents. One I bought looked like someone ran it over and then must have put it in a new box. Open the box before leaving the store. October 3, 2010
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Low guage metal. Difficult to get screw holes to line up on the end panels June 5, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by They're cheap and they work Replaced the old and crusty hydronic baseboards in my living room with these. The look good and they work well. Paired up with a ~$50 thermostat, these will pay for themselves by the end of the season. October 10, 2012
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