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48 in. 1000-Watt Electric Baseboard Heater

$41.98 /each

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The Fahrenheat 48 in. 1,000-Watt Baseboard Heater is engineered for safety, ease of installation, efficiency and quality performance. This electric baseboard heater is ideal for warming your bedroom, bathroom, living room or den. This heater resists popping and pinging to promote a quiet heating operation.

  • 1,000-watt, electric baseboard heater at 240 volts is ideal for warming a bedroom, bathroom, living room or den
  • 3,413 BTU/hr. at 4.1 amps is perfect for home or office use
  • Unit-mount thermostat Model FTA2A or other optional remote thermostat needed for operation (not included)
  • Designed for a quiet operation without popping or pinging to promote a satisfying heating operation without the noise
  • Engineered for safety, ease of installation, efficient performance and quality

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Can they be painted?

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February 9, 2016
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These heaters can be painted.
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February 8, 2016
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You can paint the heater but only the outside portion, you do not want to get any paint on the element or capillary limit switch which runs above the element.
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can i just replace existing baseboad heaters with these

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August 26, 2015
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Yes, you can replace an existing baseboard heater with this unit. But you must first check the old heater nameplate for the voltage and wattage information. You will want to match this information for the new heater, do not use a heater with a different voltage or wattage than you old heater has. Check with a licensed electrician if you are unsure.
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August 25, 2015
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Yes, this product can replace an existing heater.
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Is there a thermostat built in? or does it need an external unit?

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April 23, 2015
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Thermostat selection is your choice, the heater does not come with a thermostat. You can use the thermostat accessory is the FTA2A and mounts on either end of the heater. You can also use a wall mounted line voltage thermostat for this heater.
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April 22, 2015
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This will need either a unit-mount thermostat Model FTA2A or other optional remote thermostat needed for operation that needs to be purchased separately.
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How many sq ft does it heat ?

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Rule of thumb for a well insulated space with an 8-9 foot ceiling is to use 10 watts per square foot.
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Hi Stacie,
Thank you for your question.
•1,000-watt, electric baseboard heater at 240 volts is ideal for warming a bedroom, bathroom, living room or den
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