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Broan 11-9/16 in. 1000-Watt 120/240V High Capacity Fan-Forced Wall Heater
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11-9/16 in. 1000-Watt 120/240V High Capacity Fan-Forced Wall Heater

  • Effective heat source
  • Adjustable thermostat
  • Good for entryways and other areas
$151.29 /each

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This Broan 1,000-Watt Wall Heater is ideal for providing high-wattage heat for lobbies, entrance ways or vestibules. This heater is equipped with a built-in fan-delay switch that allows the element to warm-up before the fan starts. As the heating element cools down, the fan remains on to distribute lingering heat as efficiently as possible. The heater's built-in adjustable thermostat allows for convenient temperature control.

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Name 11-9/16 in. 1000-Watt 120/240V High Capacity Fan-Forced Wall Heater 11-9/16 in. 1500-Watt High Capacity Fan-Forced Wall Heater Com-Pak Twin 4,000-Watt 240-Volt Fan-Forced In-Wall Electric Heater in White 4,000-Watt Large Room Wall Heater
Brand Broan Cadet Fahrenheat
Ratings (21) (15) (66) (10)
Heater Type Unvented Unvented Unvented Unvented
Voltage (volts) 120/240 120/240 240 240
Room Size (sq. ft.) 150-250 250-350
Heating Technology Type Forced Air Forced Air Forced Air Forced Air
Wattage (watts) 1000 1500 4000 4000.000
Certifications and Listings 1-UL Listed,ANSI Certified 1-UL Listed,ANSI Certified 1-UL Listed ETL Listed
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Does this unit need a dedicated circuit?

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The safest answer to your question is yes. Logically, it depends on where you plan on drawing the power to operate it from. If you are using a 120 VAC, 60 Hz source you need to supply a continuous load of 8.3 Amps. If supplying power with a 240 VAC, 60 Hz source you will need a continuous load of 4.2 Amps. Your source of power, in either case, needs to supply sufficient power to all the items serviced by Read More
The safest answer to your question is yes. Logically, it depends on where you plan on drawing the power to operate it from. If you are using a 120 VAC, 60 Hz source you need to supply a continuous load of 8.3 Amps. If supplying power with a 240 VAC, 60 Hz source you will need a continuous load of 4.2 Amps. Your source of power, in either case, needs to supply sufficient power to all the items serviced by the source without exceeding the circuit protection device (breaker/fuse) providing the service.
If you know all of the power ratings of all the existing devices/loads currently connected to the breaker/fuse you can add them up and add in the heater load requirement. If the figure exceeds the rating of the breaker/fuse you planned to use, you need a dedicated circuit.
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April 8, 2015
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I did not. I have three electric heaters on a 20 amp circuit. You just have to be sure you do not exceed the amperage rating for your circuit.
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Yes
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March 5, 2014
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Not really. This unit draws around 9 amps, which leaves plenty of room on a 20 amp breaker, providing it doesn't have to share with a heavy draw item.
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January 27, 2014
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Yes, it does.
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Can this unit be used in a bathroom?

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The unit can be used in the bathroom with proper location and electrical safety rules, and code, observed. If you cannot insure proper safety, electrical requirements and standards, have a professional install it.
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If it is away from water and pipes I would say yes it could. The unit is grounded, but I personally would not want any unit to be within reach of a bathtub or sink.
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Yes. That is where I installed mine.
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Yes.
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October 1, 2013
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Hi, JohnBoy. Thank you for your question about this wall heater. We appreciate your business. Per our installation instructions, here are the safety recommendations:
Carefully read all instructions and product labels before beginning installation.
• Only mount the heater in a vertical position.
• Mount the heater at least 6” above the finished floor.
• Do not mount the heater over a bathtub or in a
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Hi, JohnBoy. Thank you for your question about this wall heater. We appreciate your business. Per our installation instructions, here are the safety recommendations:
Carefully read all instructions and product labels before beginning installation.
• Only mount the heater in a vertical position.
• Mount the heater at least 6” above the finished floor.
• Do not mount the heater over a bathtub or in a shower stall enclosure.
It should be at least 3 feet away from the tub/shower enclosure.
• When mounted, the heater should not be closer than 12” to an adjacent wall.
• Do not block the wall heater — i.e., by mounting under a towel rack, behind a door, etc.
If you have further questions, please contact our Technical Support Department at 888-336-6151. Thanks, again
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Can this unit be used as a fan only or is it constant heat?

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January 13, 2013
Broan 174 Wall Heater with Built-In Thermostat, 1500W
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It cannot be used as a fan-only device. The heat elements and fan are wired to the power source through a thermostat/switch. It's all, or nothing.
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April 8, 2015
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No. It only comes on when the unit is calling for heat. As soon as the temperature is achieved it shuts off.
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Only for heat....not as fan.
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January 14, 2013
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HI, Mike. Thanks for your question. This unit is a built-in heater. It has a fan to push the heat out, but it is NOT designed to be used as a fan only (to move air). It's a heater. If you would like to call our Technical Support group to discuss that further, please dial 888-336-6151 and they can assist. Thanks, again.
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Does the heat output (wattage) on the Broan depend on whether it's wired to 120 or 240 volts?

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The Broan heater is rated at 1000 watts heat output. But does it depend on whether or not it's wired to 120 volts or 240?
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The Wattage does not depend on Input Voltage. The instructions will describe how to connect the wiring for either 120 VAC, 60 HZ and 240 VAC, 60 HZ. The unit comes wired for 120 VAC 60 Hz.
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May 24, 2016
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If this unit is wired to 120V or 240V, the wattage is still the same. You do not loose or gain performance. Thank you.
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11-9/16 in. 1000-Watt 120/240V High Capacity Fan-Forced Wall Heater is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Purchased this as a bathroom heater for my dad's house. Installed it on a 220v circuit, and withi... Purchased this as a bathroom heater for my dad's house. Installed it on a 220v circuit, and within the second or third use, it failed, never able to turn it on again. Called the Broan support line, and they were good, but it took about an hour of walking me through their diagnostics before they were convinced that the unit was faulty. BTW, have your circuit tester and multi-meter nearby when you call, and be ready to set probes with the power on. They did send a replacement unit, which I installed and tested out ok. However, this one again failed in the same way on the second use. After going 0-for-2 with this unit, I would suggest a different manufacturer for your heater.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from we ordered this online and installed it. As soon as we plugged it in and turned it on, it overhea... we ordered this online and installed it. As soon as we plugged it in and turned it on, it overheated and blew its fuse.... And there is a note in the installation guide about what to do if it overheats and blows its fuse, so we wondered if this was common with this product. We took it back and got a different one and haven't had any troubles.
Date published: 2016-11-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far so good Looks and runs great Now my bathroom is warm again
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from a little disappointed becasue it takes a very very long time to heat the small space it's installed to heat i selected this wall heater, because it was one of the few that would work in the existing cut out. it didn't fit exactly, but still looks fine, however, it takes a very long time to heat the very small space it's meant to heat. it is also a little too noisy.
Date published: 2016-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exact Replacement For Nutone Wall Heater I needed a replacement for a Nutone wall heater that had started showing the results of years of faithful operation. This Broan is the exact same size and construction as the old Nutone, but a lower wattage, which is fine. Really happy with the Broan.
Date published: 2016-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heats and heats fast! Bought this model to replace an old radiant heat type during a bathroom renovation. I have a relatively small guest bath, but it sure gets the job done quickly. I was rather troubled to see that the grille was some type of plastic, even though it is fairly attractive, and wondered about how it would withstand the heat; but it has so far. I purposely put the heat on full blast for a good hour or so and no discoloration or warpage was noted. I guess only time will tell, but I still would recommend the product.
Date published: 2014-09-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from smaller than described Nice unit, but I was trying to fill a hole from an old unit and needed all the 17" by 15" it claim to be. The unit is really only 15' by 13', so it was a little short for my needs.
Date published: 2010-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Purchased to replace a Nutone model that burned out This Broan will fit into a existing in-the-wall box of the old Nutone wall heaters of a similar series number The online specs provided by HD enabled me to match it before ordering. I paid a little more for it than other websites but I did this so that I'd be able to return it to HD if it didn't fit.
Date published: 2015-01-01
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