Model # CBC103TW

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Store SKU #258024

Cadet Com-Pak Bath 1,000-Watt 120/240-Volt In-Wall Fan-Forced Heater with Timer in White
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Cadet

Com-Pak Bath 1,000-Watt 120/240-Volt In-Wall Fan-Forced Heater with Timer in White

  • Rapid heat up takes the chill out of your bathroom
  • Easily configures for you 120 or 240 volt power supply
  • Built-in 60-minute timer and thermostat
$168.00 /each

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The Cadet Com-Pak 10 in. x 12.6 in. 1,000-Watt In-Wall Fan-Forced Bathroom Heater has a built-in thermostat and 60-minute timer, ideal for adding supplemental heat to make your bathroom cozy in the morning. It offers a safe alternative to space heaters, with no cords to trip over, and also features primary and secondary thermal safeguards for worry-free operation.

  • 1000-Watt heater at 240 or 120-Volt (factory-wired at 240-Volt can be configured to 120-Volt)
  • Ideal for heating bathrooms
  • Now improved with thermostat disabled (no heat) position
  • Primary and secondary thermal safeguards
  • Durable steel-finned tube and plate heating element with rust-resistant finish
  • Unique low-profile grill only 1/2 in. deep finished with a white, powder-coated paint for durability
  • New, quieter 60-minute timer overrides thermostat for instant warmth
  • A safer alternative to space heaters, with no cords to trip over
  • Find the right Cadet electric heater for your needs:

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Can insulation be placed in the wall cavity right up to the wall can? Does there need to be a gap between insulation and the exterior of the wall can?

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Yes. I did on mine but I did remove the paper back about 6" just to be on the safe side.
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The gap needed between the heating element and combustibles is provided for by the can, no additional gap is required.
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April 22, 2015
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Hi Kyle and thank you for your question.
There does not need to be a gap between the wall can and the insulation. You can install the insulation up against the wall can.
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Thermostat vs Timer

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After reading the reviews I am a bit confused as to the operation of the thermostat and the timer. Is there an absolute OFF setting? At least one of the reviews made it sound like he had to install a separate timer with an OFF setting. Can you explain the way the thermostat and timer work please?
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There are two dial type switches on the heater. One is a basic thermostat, set it at a desired temperature and it turns on and off automatically, maintaining the room temperature. The other switch is a timer. The timer can be set from 5 to 65 (+/-) minutes. The heater comes on (high) as soon as you set the timer, providing heat unregulated by the thermostat, until it times out. Both switches have an Read More
There are two dial type switches on the heater. One is a basic thermostat, set it at a desired temperature and it turns on and off automatically, maintaining the room temperature. The other switch is a timer. The timer can be set from 5 to 65 (+/-) minutes. The heater comes on (high) as soon as you set the timer, providing heat unregulated by the thermostat, until it times out. Both switches have an "off" position. Read Less
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Thank you for your question.
As long as the timer is off, the heater will run based on the temperature the thermostat is set at. Once the timer is turned on the heater will run non-stop until the timer turns off. Once the timer turns off the heater will then operate again according to the temperature set on the thermostat.
There is an absolute off setting for the timer, but there is not an off setting Read More
Thank you for your question.
As long as the timer is off, the heater will run based on the temperature the thermostat is set at. Once the timer is turned on the heater will run non-stop until the timer turns off. Once the timer turns off the heater will then operate again according to the temperature set on the thermostat.
There is an absolute off setting for the timer, but there is not an off setting for the thermostat. When the thermostat is turned all the way counter clockwise to the lowest temperature position, which is around 45 degrees, the heater will only turn on when the temperature drops below 45 degrees.
Please see the Operating Instructions section on page 5 of the Owner’s Manual.
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how loud is this unit. It will be near the master bedroom and I want to know if the fan will be noisy at night

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There is no decibel spec on the info provided, so hard to know how loud the fan is during operation
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November 2, 2015
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Thank you for your question.
We do not publish decibels for Cadet heaters, but the sone rating for the Com-Pak Bath is 2 sones.
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These heaters are very quiet. After two years of light use it isn't noticeably louder than it was new. Ours is mounted in the master bath, about 10 feet from bed. It can be heard however it is not intrusive.
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WHAT ARE THE DIMENSIONS OF THE BACK BOX FOR THE CADET CBC103TW

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8" w x 10" H x 31/2" D
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Hello Alstam and thanks for the question.
The back box for the Cadet Com-Pak Bath heater is 8" wide by 10" high by 4" deep. The lips at the top and bottom of the box that you see in the photo are not included in this measurement. The lips sit on top of your wallboard or sheetrock. We've included a link below to the owner's guide for the heater which shows the rough-in dimensions for the installation on Read More
Hello Alstam and thanks for the question.
The back box for the Cadet Com-Pak Bath heater is 8" wide by 10" high by 4" deep. The lips at the top and bottom of the box that you see in the photo are not included in this measurement. The lips sit on top of your wallboard or sheetrock. We've included a link below to the owner's guide for the heater which shows the rough-in dimensions for the installation on page 2:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/23/2315deb2-c453-421e-848b-f319d929286c.pdf
Thank you for taking time to ask. As a manufacturer, we sincerely appreciate all questions and look forward to making improvements by learning from our customers. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect fan for our Bathroom The heater was very easy to install and put out an excellent amount of heat for the size. It will heat our 105 sq. ft. room with no problems! May 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy To Use, Clean Look In Bathroom! I was looking for a bathroom wall heater that would be easy enough for my 6 year old to operate. We only use the timer setting so that the heater can't be left on the all day long accidentally, which could happen on basic thermostatically controlled heaters March 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Greate features I purchased this unit to use in my bathroom, It really works well. I am very warm and comfortable. I like it for the safety features as well as a heater. March 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Installation and works great! We bought this unit to take the chill out of a portion of our master bath in the coldest weather and it has worked as we hoped! April 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great I manages to install this myself without any major issues. It looks sharp and produces enough heat for my small bathroom. April 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good little heater Quiet, good heating capability, excellent choice for additional heat in bathroom. December 23, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Timer is useless I bought this unit to use in the bathroom and wanted the timer feature so it would shut itself off automatically. But the timer does NOT shut off the heat -- it just overrides the thermostat to provide MORE heat than the thermostat calls for. There is NO way to shut this off other than turning down the thermostat. We ended up wiring this unit through an external timer switch and disabling the one on the heater. We would have been better off to buy a cheaper one without a built-in timer. November 16, 2009
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Com-Pak Bathroom Heater It was very difficult to find a bathroom heater that would work in the application needed. Very easy to install and directions to convert to 110 voltage were very easy to understand. The over heater works well for my small bathroom. I would have preferred an on and off switch and not a timer. A real pain if you just want to turn it off. February 26, 2007
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