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Cadet

Model 3F750-1W

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36 in. 750-Watt 120-Volt Electric Baseboard Heater in White

$34.38 /each
  • Convection heating helps heat a space up to 125 sq. ft.
  • Quiet operation makes it perfect for any area in the home
  • High quality durability backed with a lifetime guarantee

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The Cadet Electric Baseboard Heater utilizes convection heat to provide efficient warmth. The quiet operation, and low cost installation make it a perfect choice for a bedroom or any area of your home that requires additional warmth. Designed for ease of installation with pre-punched mounting holes, this hardwired heater can be wired at either end. Rugged U.S.A. steel construction with powder coated white paint for a durable, premium finish. A thermostat is required and sold separately.

  • No cords - requires hard-wired installation for a permanent, safe, reliable heating solution
  • Thermostat sold separately - choose a line voltage wall thermostat or BTF unit-mount thermostat for temperature control
  • Operates 750-Watts at 120-Volts
  • Convection heating helps circulate air to heat a space up to 125 sq. ft.
  • Timeless and proven fin construction maximizes surface area to funnel heated air and aid convection of air flow
  • Contemporary baseboard design is built to industry standard lengths to easily replace your current baseboard or match any new construction footprint
  • A high-temperature safety device switches heater off if normal operating temperatures are exceeded
  • Powder coating provides a smooth finish resistant to corrosion, scratches, fading, and wear
  • Steel-sheathed element offers excellent heat transfer and high quality durability
  • Pre-punched case at 1 in. intervals and accessible front caps provide easy installation of heater
  • Universal wiring allows you to install at either end of baseboard
  • Quiet operation makes it perfect for any area in the home, especially bedrooms
  • UL listed for safety
  • Lifetime warranty
  • White color
  • Match your heater to the voltage at connection: confirm if you have a 120-Volt or 240-Volt power supply before purchase; you can check your breaker, use a voltmeter, or look at the voltage on your old heater’s label if replacing
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Is the themostat included. Or is an on / off switch included

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March 3, 2014
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If you want a switch or thermostat, you will have to purchase those items separately. This is just a base board heater. The basic base board thermostats that work with this heater are BTF1W or BTF2W.
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There is no thermostat included and you NEED to have one to operate the unit.
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January 21, 2013
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Hello and thanks for your questions! The Cadet electric baseboard heaters do not come with a thermostat or an on/off switch, but that gives you quite a few choices for controlling your energy costs. The heaters are designed to be used with an optional on-board thermostat or a wall mounted thermostat. Cadet offers programmable electronic, non-programmable electronic or manual line voltage wall mounted Read More
Hello and thanks for your questions! The Cadet electric baseboard heaters do not come with a thermostat or an on/off switch, but that gives you quite a few choices for controlling your energy costs. The heaters are designed to be used with an optional on-board thermostat or a wall mounted thermostat. Cadet offers programmable electronic, non-programmable electronic or manual line voltage wall mounted thermostats. Double Pole thermostats offer positive off, while Single Pole thermostats offer a 'low' setting.
On page 3 of the below link to the instruction guide, you will be able to see where the wire connections are made inside the junction boxes: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/7e/7ed24a24-7ecd-4fbd-aec6-5bc30ccb0f9e.pdf
We've also included a link to a video which details the installation process, and shows different thermostats and their wiring too. Read Less
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How do i determine if I need 120 v or 240 volt?

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It depends on the wiring you have existing or intalled in the room you are going to install the heater unit. It could be either 120 or 240v. You need to speak with a electrician or someone with electrical knowledge.
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You can use any of these 3 ways to check your voltage:
1. The most accurate way to check the voltage supply is with a voltmeter. (WARNING! This test will have to be performed with the circuit breaker ON. We recommend consulting an electrician to perform this test.)
2. Keep your old heater on hand until your new heater is fully installed and operational. If you must dispose of your old heater, carefully
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You can use any of these 3 ways to check your voltage:
1. The most accurate way to check the voltage supply is with a voltmeter. (WARNING! This test will have to be performed with the circuit breaker ON. We recommend consulting an electrician to perform this test.)
2. Keep your old heater on hand until your new heater is fully installed and operational. If you must dispose of your old heater, carefully read or even take a picture of the label. If you get into the installation and questions arise, your old heater can be a great resource for information.
3. Look at your breaker box. There may be a label on the circuit that tells you the voltage. Also, the type of switch is a good indicator. A single switch is typically 120 volt and a double switch is 240 volt.
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I am going to put this in a 4' by 6' area outside of a shower stall. Will this unit heat that area quickly or do I need a larger unit?

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March 5, 2013
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It will heat up your room in about 20 minutes. It's not fast and if it is going to get wet at all, it may and probably will rust.
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Baseboard heaters take longer to heat than wall fan heaters. Because of this, Cadet recommends a wall fan heater for the bathroom. The ideal wall fan heaters for the bathroom are the Cadet Com-Pak Bath or The Energy Plus. We have provided links below for your convenience.
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Is this a plug in model or is it hard wired?

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I have wired one to a plug before but it voids the warranty and if your house burns down because of it, most insurances will not cover it. So, your kinda taking your chances.
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Hello Chas,
Thank you for your question! Your interest is very much appreciated. The Cadet electric baseboard heaters are permanent mount units that screw into the wood studs in the wall behind the heater. Depending on the model, they are connected, or 'hard wired' to either a 120 or 240 volt electrical power supply line. On page 3 of the below link to the instruction guide, you will be able to see where
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Hello Chas,
Thank you for your question! Your interest is very much appreciated. The Cadet electric baseboard heaters are permanent mount units that screw into the wood studs in the wall behind the heater. Depending on the model, they are connected, or 'hard wired' to either a 120 or 240 volt electrical power supply line. On page 3 of the below link to the instruction guide, you will be able to see where the wire connections are made inside the junction boxes:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/7e/7ed24a24-7ecd-4fbd-aec6-5bc30ccb0f9e.pdf
We've also included a link to a video which details the installation process, along with how to install the appropriate thermostat.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ease of use We were looking for a good source of back up heat as our primary heat is a woodburner. These baseboard heaters were quick and easy to install and work great for the days we cant run the woodburner. The electric bill wasn't impacted as much as we thought it would be. Less than $15.00 for 4 days of full time use in temps around 30 to 40 degrees. January 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works as advertised works as advertised throws more than enough heat to fill the room January 20, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good product but long shipping time The product is good but the manufacture takes a long time to ship. Also, you need to order the thermostat because you cannot pick it up in the store. March 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Baseboard heater Was easy to install and works well. Took about 15 minutes total. December 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good for price Once you can get the wire in your wall located it's a relatively easy install. These heaters do not have a thermostat so expect to spend a minimum of $20 more dollars to make them functional. October 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No-Sweat Ordering As advertised. Fast shipping. Well packed. Will definitely buy from again. April 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by WORKS WELL, BUT YOU MAY HAVE TO ADD MOUNTING HOLES Installed the base board heater and lined it up with a low electrical outlet plug which made the installation easier. The mounting holes did not line up with any of the studs in the wall so I drilled two new ones that matched the stud locations. I also added holes in the lower corners that tied the heater into the bottom wall plate. The heater is very secure with 4 mounting screws. If you add the thermostat kit and receptacle kit like I did, you will need to run some additional wires from one end of the heater to the other. I will recommend that you add these additional wires before you mount the heater to the wall. It makes it a lot easier to snake the wires down the top tunnel of the heater. Heater works fine. March 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice warmth to the room. We built an addition and the heat was for the original space. We added this electric baseboard to help out when we use the room and it works great. Heats the extra space only when we need it and you can't even tell it's not one of the original heaters in the house. January 10, 2014
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