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Duraflame

Model DFH-107-T

Internet #204308406

2500-Watt Ceiling Mount Heavy Duty Utility Heater

$117.65 /each
  • Overheat protected to instantly shut off unit before overheating
  • 4 comfort settings: Low, Medium, Medium 2, High
  • Recommended for area up to 400 sq. ft.

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This Duraflame ceiling-mount heavy duty utility heater is perfect for adding warmth to your garage or workshop. It has a built-in safety feature: an overheat protection device that instantly shuts off before the unit overheats. The unit can be mounted to the ceiling to not take up precious space in the garage/workshop. It has 4 comfort settings: low, medium, medium 2 and high.

  • Heater provides supplemental zone heating for up to 400 square feet
  • 4 comfort settings: Low, Medium, Medium 2, High
  • Adjustable louvers allow you to adjust the flow of the air
  • All metal heavy duty construction for use in garages and workshops
  • Can be mounted to ceiling with included hardware
  • Overheat protection device instantly shuts off before becoming overheated
  • The installation of this heater must comply with the applicable local and National electrical codes and utility requirements. Installation should be entrusted to only qualified, licensed personnel where required by law.
  • 1 year limited warranty
  • Durable steel construction
  • Hard wired
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Is this 115 or 220?? hard wired or plug in?

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December 29, 2015
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It's 240V and requires direct, hard wiring. There's no power cord.
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December 28, 2015
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Both the description and the spec here on the website say it is hardwired 240v. Hope that helps.
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It's 240 volts. Should be hard wired or have an electrician install the proper receptacle and plug on the unit.
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"This is a hard wired item, no cord is available.
Ceiling mountable
Fan forced 240-Volt heatThis is a hard wired item, no cord is available.
Ceiling mountable
Fan forced 240-Volt heat"
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Can I wire from the dryer outlet?

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Can I wire this unit to the back of my dryer outlet, which using 240 volt and 30 Amp circuit already? Thanks,
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I typed in to my dryer line and put a dryer plug on it and have my 220 welder pluged in to it, have no problems at all, just make sure you do not use the dryer when useing the garage heater, other wise you'll draw to many amps and kick the dryer circiut.
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December 28, 2015
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NO! Your dryer needs a stand alone circuit and this heater also needs a stand alone circuit. If you are asking if you can use both your dryer and this heater on the same circuit the answer is no. It is against code, would cause nuisance breaker trips at best and a fire at worst.
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December 28, 2015
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Yes..Provided that your dryer line is a 240 line and you use the proper plug
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I lost my instruction manual

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Is there a thermostat on the machine?
It ran for three months straight and never shut off or overheated.
Is there a way to find a new instruction manual?
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December 29, 2015
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Sorry, I meant right side.
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December 28, 2015
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According to the manual, there's a thermostat on the left side.
For a replacement manual, go to http://www.tsicustomerservice.com/manuals.aspx and enter the model #.
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Can it be used in a basement

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Since this is electric and not gas it doesn't matter where it is installed. It does not need vented. As long as it is installed according tot he manufacturer's guidance (i.e. properly wired, maintaining required clearances, etc.) you should be able to use it in your basement.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pleased as punch Actually a 5000W heater - hardwire settings for different wattages. Works great, gets hot. Straight forward install. February 23, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Advertized incorrectly Functional but with only one issue I found. Says it is for hardwiring but actual is not. No wiring 1/2" knock out. I had to punch my own as it comes with a 3/8 dia. hole for wiring that appears to be for a cord that was not included. Other that that it works fine to take the chill of my basement and the thermostat operates properly. Fairly reasonable constructed heater. Would by additional units if needed. January 24, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Heater Doesn't heat garage as good as i thought it would, did install easy and hookup was easy directions not to clear February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great heater - wiring not for the average Recommending this product is both a YES and a NO. Yes because it is excellent product. No because: This product needs to come with wiring and a plug. The average consumer is NOT going to have a clue what they are doing - even though there are very good instructions to come with it. This was a very intimidating task. We had to add a breaker to our box and an extra plug in just for this product. The wiring is very specific. If you don't use the correct wiring, it will kick off breaker and will only run for about a minute or two. The wiring needs to be a solid copper wiring to the box also. If not it can get warm, or hot, depending on what you use and can cause a fire. Again, good product, works great in the garage, will heat to about 70 degrees from 40 degrees in about 30+ minutes. Will keep a constant heat in the garage. December 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by duraflame heater Highly recommended work's Very well and warm up the place quickly February 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product I have a 20'x25' stand alone garage with 12' rafters and a concrete floor. When it's cold outside, it's almost as cold inside my garage. I purchased this Duraflame heater to knock off the chill in the morning. I got more than I expected. The heater kicks out some heat. It takes about 30 minutes to take the chill out of my garage. After that, it heats up fairly quickly. It heats everything in the room. I can turn the heater off and my garage stays warm for a few hours. Great heater. March 25, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good heater Only took about 20 minutes to install. Puts out a good amount of heat. Heated Garage from 25 to 65 degrees in about an hour and a half. Only thing that would improve this would be a thermostat with actual temperatures instead of circles going from small to big. January 16, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by I would buy it again Heater does very well warming up my garage. The elec knock out is not large enough for a 1/2" connector. Heater comes wired for 5,000 watts if you want to change the watts to 2,500 you have to change wire jumper no selector switch. March 18, 2014
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