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Com-Pak 1500-Watt 120-Volt Fan-Forced In-Wall Electric Heater in Almond

$115.43 /each
  • Efficient and quiet fan
  • Safe, efficient, affordable
  • 2-year limited manufacturer warranty

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The Com-Pak 1500-Watt 120-Volt Fan-Forced In-Wall Electric Heater 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. This almond-colored wall heater warms an area up to 250 sq. ft. in a hurry with a fast-heating coil element.

  • 1500-Watt heater at 120-Volt, ideal for medium-sized rooms
  • Warms an area up to 250 sq. ft. in a hurry with a fast-heating coil element
  • Efficient and quiet fan
  • Safety features turn the heater off if normal operating temperatures are exceeded
  • Durable, reliable design for trouble-free use
  • Powder coating is designed to eliminate sharp edges while providing a durable finish
  • Unique compact design
  • Recess mounts horizontally or vertically mounting options suit any room
  • Complete unit includes a wall can, heater, grill and thermostat for hard-wired installation onto your wall
  • Make sure you choose the right Com-Pak Heater for your space

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Does this heater have a high/low switch & can it be mounted in a 2x4 wall?

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San Diego, CA, USA
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It has a thermostat dial that allows you to adjust through a range. I don't know the temperatures in that range. The fan speed can not be adjusted. It is either on or off depending on the temperature setting.
It can be mounted in a 2x4 wall.
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Bedford, PA 15522, USA
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December 7, 2012
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No high and low switch.....just a thermostat. The unit easily installs in any 2x4 wall. The hardest part of the project is getting the new power wire to the location desired. I wired mine to their own 15amp single pole breaker.
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October 29, 2012
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No problem on mounting trust me very easy!!
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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 asking! Read Less
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I see the heater comes 110 and 220 what heater is better

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220 is going to be more efficient, so if you have a 220 circuit or can run one to the installation point then go with that. Depending on the wattage of the heater you are installing, you may need another circuit anyway (2000w/120v = 16.6A) so go with 220.
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Hello, and thank you for your interest in the Cadet Com-Pak Plus heater. Whether it's a new installation or your wiring already exists, you need to check the voltage of your electrical supply wire and install the heater that matches that Voltage. A 120 Volt heater can not be installed on a 240 Volt electrical circuit and a 240 Volt heater can not be installed on a 120 Volt electrical circuit.
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Hello, and thank you for your interest in the Cadet Com-Pak Plus heater. Whether it's a new installation or your wiring already exists, you need to check the voltage of your electrical supply wire and install the heater that matches that Voltage. A 120 Volt heater can not be installed on a 240 Volt electrical circuit and a 240 Volt heater can not be installed on a 120 Volt electrical circuit.
The heat output of the Cadet Com-Pak heater is determined by the Wattage of the heater, with a higher Wattage providing more heat than a lower Wattage. In this scenario, a 1500 Watt heater will provide more heat than a 500 Watt heater. However, both a 120 Volt and 240 Volt heater at 1,500 Watts will provide the same amount of heat.
Voltage is used to match the heater to the supply power of the electrical circuit.
Wattage is used to determine the heat output of the Cadet heater.
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can 2 of these be wired to a wall mounted thermostat?

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The wiring diagram that comes with the unit shows you can hook the CS model to a wall thermostat. If you want to hook two heaters to the same thermostat, you must use the CST model. You will also need a double pole thermostat. Hope that helped.
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Hi Ward,
Thanks for the question! Yes they can, but each Com-Pak Plus heater needs its own thermostat. They can't be wired together on one thermostat. You will need to install or use two separate 120 volt circuits--very important! A single 120 circuit is not able to carry the load of two, 1500 watt fan heaters, nor would most of the standard line voltage wall thermostats.
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Hi Ward,
Thanks for the question! Yes they can, but each Com-Pak Plus heater needs its own thermostat. They can't be wired together on one thermostat. You will need to install or use two separate 120 volt circuits--very important! A single 120 circuit is not able to carry the load of two, 1500 watt fan heaters, nor would most of the standard line voltage wall thermostats.
The maximum wattage allowable on a 15 amp, 120 volt circuit is 1440 watts, and for a 20 amp, 120 volt circuit it's 1,920 watts. You will need to turn the thermostat completely clockwise on the heaters in order for the wall thermostat to control them. Or, an alternate is to purchase your heaters without the thermostats built in, and then you can also purchase the wall cans, grills and thermostats separately. We've included those as related products below.
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Is the manufacturer warranty one or two years, in specs it says 2 years

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Thank you for your question.
The warranty for our Com-Pak heaters is 2 years. We do appreciate you pointing out that the warranty information was not accurate and we are making the updates.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Competant small room heater High quality, small size heater that is well able to keep our smallest bedroom (9 x 11) warm. It is easy to install and is attractive when finished. I do wish that it had an absolute shutoff but since it will not start until it gets down to 45 degrees when on the lowest setting it does not present an insurmountable problem for us. A good heater and value at a fairly low price. It is very quiet when running. December 15, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Woks great We replaced an old heater with this new one, so far it has been a month and is working great for our front door area. April 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Heater A great little heater. It is quiet and nice looking. It was easy to install in the wall and has not caused any problems, so far. One suggestion though is to take the cover off once a year and vacuum out the heating element. It gets dust in it and when you turn it on the first time when it gets cold, it smells like something may be burning. However, I have not had any fires from it. Just a suggestion. November 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So easy to install - electric heater Tapped right into the wall outlet. Easy. Put it in my bedroom and only use it at night. It's like having zoned heated, wait, it is zoned heating. Nice!!! November 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wall heater/ awesome purchase This is a great product; we bought this to heat a small cabin and it exceeded out expectations October 21, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Too early to tell how heater will work Bought the heater for my woodshop. Will not know how it works until the weather is colder. That is the reason I gave it a "3" evaluation. October 21, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by COM-PAK 1,500-WATT 120-VOLT FAN-FORCED IN-WALL ELECTRIC HEATER ALMOND Very easy to install and works very well. I installed 3 of them to help lower y propane bill. October 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by very good easy to install and works great, lots of heat for one room October 14, 2014
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