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Model CSC101TW

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Com-Pak 1,000-Watt 120-Volt Fan-Forced In-Wall Electric Heater in White

$115.00 /each
  • Perfectly simple warmth for any room
  • Safe, efficient, affordable
  • Made in the USA

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Product Overview

Get warm on your terms with this top selling wall heater. The Com-Pak is an efficient and affordable way to add warmth without installing ductwork. With multiple installation options and proven safety features, your family can enjoy safe, sensible warmth for years.

  • 1,000-Watt heater at 120-Volt is ideal for small to medium sized rooms
  • Warm an area up to 175 sq. ft. in a hurry with a fast-heating coil element
  • Spread the warmth all around with an efficient, quiet fan
  • Rest safe and easy-safety features turn heater off if normal operating temperatures are exceeded
  • Enjoy trouble-free use thanks to durable, reliable design
  • Powder coating is designed to eliminate sharp edges while providing a durable finish
  • Unique compact design recess mounts discreetly into the wall to maximize your living space
  • Complete unit includes a wall can, heater, grill, and thermostat for hard-wired installation into your wall
  • Thermostat temperature range: 40 Degree F - 85 Degree F
  • Thermostat is in low position when the knob is turned completely counterclockwise (complete units without a built-in thermostat are also available)
  • Rough-in dimensions: 8 in. W x 10.25 in. H x 4 in. D
  • Make sure you choose the right Com-Pak Heater for your space

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does this unit have an off/on switch?

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July 8, 2013
i do not need it to keep a constant temperature as house is shut down in winter
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January 13, 2015
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No, just a thermostat. When turned fully counterclockwise, the heater stays off. The specification says that the minimum temperature setting is 45F, so if the room gets to that temperature, then the heater would come on.
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January 21, 2014
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Yes it does. On, Off and a thermostat.
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The Cadet Compak Plus complete unit has a single pole thermostat and knob that allows you to operate the heater at a set temperature. It features a low setting, but not a true "OFF". To get a positive off feature, we recommend one of the following:
1. Purchase a Cadet RBF Series wall heater with ON/OFF switch
2. Purchase an optional double pole thermostat to replace the one included in the heater
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The Cadet Compak Plus complete unit has a single pole thermostat and knob that allows you to operate the heater at a set temperature. It features a low setting, but not a true "OFF". To get a positive off feature, we recommend one of the following:
1. Purchase a Cadet RBF Series wall heater with ON/OFF switch
2. Purchase an optional double pole thermostat to replace the one included in the heater
3. Purchase a double pole wall thermostat and to override the thermostat on the unit
I have provided a link to the 3 options below.
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can this heater be installed in insulated wall of bathroom

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November 26, 2012
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January 13, 2015
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Yes, it could. The wall insulation behind it would have to be removed or highly compressed to allow it to fit. This would cause the metal box to conduct cold into the room from the exterior wall and would defeat the intent of the heater to some degree. I would place the heater on an interior wall instead.
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January 21, 2014
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Yes it can. Follow the install directions and it says you can and explains how.
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Hi Chico,
Yes, there is no problem with installing the Cadet Com-Pak Plus into an insulated wall. Just make sure the insulation is around the outside of the wall can. We also have the Com-Pak Bath model that includes a timer as an option for you too. And same with this unit, no problem installing in an insulated wall.
Appreciate the question and thanks for asking!
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what is the maximum room size for the heater to be effictive

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January 13, 2015
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We use it in a 40 sq ft bathroom for extra heat when showering. It handles this well. My opinion is that it would not be adequate for an unheated space of 175 sq ft as specified. Maybe half that would be its maximum.
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20by 20
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The Com-Pak 1000 watt electric wall heater will warm a room up to 175 square feet (14 feet X 12.5 feet)
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Does this heater have a high/low switch & can it be mounted in a 2x4 wall?

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The heater just has a thermostat, one speed. It fits nicely into a 2X4 stud wall.
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Hi and thanks so much for asking! The answer is yes to both questions. For the high/low switch, the unit comes equipped with a built-in thermostat. The temperature range is 40 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit, and the thermostat controls the amount of time the unit is operating to reach your desired temperature. If the knob is turned counterclockwise to its lowest position, the thermostat will keep your room Read More
Hi and thanks so much for asking! The answer is yes to both questions. For the high/low switch, the unit comes equipped with a built-in thermostat. The temperature range is 40 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit, and the thermostat controls the amount of time the unit is operating to reach your desired temperature. If the knob is turned counterclockwise to its lowest position, the thermostat will keep your room within about 5 degrees of the 40 degree low setting. And the Com-Pak Plus style heaters are made to install into a 2x4 stud wall. We've included a link to an installation video that walks you through the installation. This particular model mounts to one side of the stud cavity. Thanks again for your interest and question! Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Review The heater was very easy to install. I bought it to replace an old one that was past its time. for a small heater it puts out a lot of heat. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Great product! We are using this as a heater for our modified mud room and it heats the space perfectly. Very easy installation to do during a remodel with exceptional instructions. February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Sell my home Purchased this to sell my home since the room I put it in had no heater. Turned it midway and warmed the room right up. January 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by space saver in wall heater excellent. my experiences at Home Depot is always pleasant. October 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bathroom heater Was easy to install and works well and the price was good November 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy heat solution These in wall heaters are very efficient and do the trick where it's hard to get ductwork October 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great chat help to find the correct replacement heater I wanted to replace an 18 year old heater in the master bathroom and was concerned I would have trouble finding the correct size to fit in the existing opening. I went to the web site and started a chat session and within minutes the service representative recommended a newer model that fit perfectly. The replacement arrived as promised and I had it installed in five minutes. March 27, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Adequate additional heat in a small bathroom Our small bathroom (about 40 sq. ft. w/ vaulted ceiling) is in the heated part of the house (68F winter) and we use the wall heater for extra heat when showering. The heater can handle this easily and bring the temperature up to a swampy 85 degrees in about 15 minutes. My opinion is that this heater would not be adequate for an unheated area of 175 sq. ft. as touted by the specifications. That would push it's capabilities past the limit. It might handle 80 or 90 sq. ft. (half the spec) ok. January 13, 2015
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