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Fahrenheat

Model FZL4004

Internet #100192192

Store SKU #704907

4,000-Watt Wall Heater

$197.00 /each

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The Fahrenheat 15-3/4 in. x 19-1/4 in. 4,000-Watt Fan-Forced Wall Heater is designed for a quick, easy installation. This fan-forced wall heater is ideal for warming a large room, such as a play room, entryway, basement or garage. It is engineered for safety, efficiency and quality performance.

  • 4,000-watt heater at 240 volts is ideal for heating an entryway, play room, basement or garage
  • 13,650 BTU/hr. at 16.7 amps is ideal for heating a large room
  • Engineered for safety, efficient performance and quality
  • Designed for a quick, easy installation

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Should the unit be installed on an exterior wall or interior partition?

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Interior wall/partition, since the conduction of cold from the outside wall would make the heater run unnecessarily.
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February 6, 2014
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Hi Steve, this product is installed on the interior(wall) of a building. Take a look at the example in the installation guide.
This guide is located in the info & guides box, next to the product overview on the product web page.
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can i use an existing 220 2 wire line (1 red 1 black 1 bare copper ground wire ) to install this 4000watt heater?

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October 12, 2015
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Yes, you will need two hot leads (red and black) and the ground wire (copper)
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Can this heater be wired to a wall mounted thermostat?

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December 19, 2014
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The manufacturer of this heater does not recommend connecting this unit to an external thermostat.
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How much does it cost a month to run

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lets say i run it 12 hours a day on high for those 12 hours, aproxamitly how much will it cost to run this unit
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This is not an easy question to asnswer but I will give it a try. Figuring how much the heater will run has many variables. How well the space is insulated, the number of doors and windows, and what the R factors are for each. But we can try a basic calculation. Lets say you pay $.10 a kilowatt, this heater is 4000 watts. To operate the unit for one solid hour it would cost $.40. But there are factors Read More
This is not an easy question to asnswer but I will give it a try. Figuring how much the heater will run has many variables. How well the space is insulated, the number of doors and windows, and what the R factors are for each. But we can try a basic calculation. Lets say you pay $.10 a kilowatt, this heater is 4000 watts. To operate the unit for one solid hour it would cost $.40. But there are factors involved. Again the insulation factors of the space, if the heater is sized properly for the space. Read Less
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Product has number setting for temp control & blows heat out like a regular heat vent Overall I think its a good product to put heat out. You can cut the watts in half by just removing a jump wire as showed in the product book. December 10, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Strange Grill This unit was purchased yesterday and installation was going very well. I had it (cement wall) mounted and wired inside of an hour. The grill, however, gave me headaches! A bracket at the thermostat sticks out much further than the rest of the heater. This made the grill sit crooked when screwed into place. I came to the conclusion the bracket was assembled backwards and proceeded to rework this bracket. Long story short, when reassembled my way there was interference of the fan on the grill. I then put the bracket back the way it was originally and mounted the grill on crooked. Works fine. Looks strange. Very bizarre. December 17, 2010
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Josh I had the same problem with the grill as others have posted. Turns out you can buy a metal frame for this heater if you plan on surface mounting it on a wall, as opposed to mounting it between studs. installation was a breeze until the cover placement. TO ALL INSTALLERS OF THIS HEATER TAKE NOTE: I found that creating spacers out of the casing of a disposable ball point pen, it held the cover away from the fan with no obvious aesthetic changes to the unit. I cut the pen casing/tube into four pieces about an inch long. Works great! February 16, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Simple to install Install this was simple. The only small issue is the cover screws are hard to line up with holes. This is minor and you only have to do this once. The price is moderate. October 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A great secondary source I have had this heater going on 6 years trouble free, I use wood as my primary heat in a 750 sq ft cabin and it keeps the place toasty warm when the fire dies down. Quiet and efficient, I would recommend it as a backup to any heat source, as propane and natural gas supplies become unreliable. It would also make a great supplementary heater to reduce your gas bills. January 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works great I have a 24'X16' workshop the walls are insulated but not the celling. This heater will bring the room temp. up 20 deg. in short order. I found this unit very easy to install, slide it between the studs, secure it, connect the wires, screw on the cover ( I don't understand why anyone would have trouble with the cover ) and that's it. I've had this heater for a year now and I'm still very happy with it. October 19, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great heat output This heater was very easy to mount in the wall in my living room. It took longer to run the 220 wire to the wall then to install the heater. I turned it on and it gets hot in an instant and the fan blows the heat out good. Since I've purchased this during the summer, I'm not able to comment on anything other than what i have, But am looking forward to seeing how cozy warm it makes my living room. August 12, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poorly engineered! !!!! The grill hits the fan! Have to either leave it off or design some sort of spacers to keep grill away from fan. I guess the engineers who designed this never bothered to turn it on! What a disappointment! January 17, 2014
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