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Fahrenheat 7,500-Watt Unit Heater
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Fahrenheat

7,500-Watt Unit Heater

  • Dial controls are easy to use
  • Variable heat settings allow you to choose your ideal temperature
  • Forced-air heating that does not give off fumes
$471.00 /each

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Warm an area of up to 750 sq. ft. with the Fahrenheat 14 in. x 12.5 in. 7,500-Watt Wall Heater. This fume-free, forced-air heater features an adjustable thermostat that helps you control and maintain a temperature of 45 - 135°F. The heater comes equipped with a ceiling mounting bracket to offer many flow position options.

  • 7,500-Watt heater at 240-Volts creates plenty of warmth
  • 750 sq. ft. heating area capacity is great for a larger garage or other unheated area
  • Built-in single pole thermostat is easy to adjust and has a range of 45 - 135°F
  • In the event of overheating, the current is automatically shut off and then reactivated when the temperature returns to normal
  • Compact design and white color help the heater blend in with many types of decor
  • Equipped with a ceiling mounting bracket for multiple mounting options
  • CSA, UL and ETL listed for safety

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The product description says 7,500 Watts, but the PDF user guide only says it goes to 5,000 Watts. Which is it?

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October 26, 2016
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I just had this heater installed. Doing my homework ahead of time (actually someone on this site made this suggestion), the electrician had to install a 4 pole circuit breaker to accomodate the higher wattage output. If that would not have been done then we would have only been able to take advantage of 5000kw ouput, even though it is a 7500kw heater. Plus we had the eclectrician install a thermostat on Read More
I just had this heater installed. Doing my homework ahead of time (actually someone on this site made this suggestion), the electrician had to install a 4 pole circuit breaker to accomodate the higher wattage output. If that would not have been done then we would have only been able to take advantage of 5000kw ouput, even though it is a 7500kw heater. Plus we had the eclectrician install a thermostat on the wall so that we did not have to climb on a ladder to adjust the temperature. We are most pleased with our selection and would recommend this heater for sure! Read Less
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March 18, 2016
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As of 3/18/16, the attached PDF is for the 5kw model, not this 7.5kw model.
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There are two that look exactly alike. One is a 5,000 watt. The other is a 7,500 watt unit. :-)
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September 26, 2014
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There are two models of this heater, the FUH54 is the 5000 watt unit and the FUH724 is the 7500 watt model
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what size wire and breaker are required for this unit?

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You need 45 amp. See this link http://www.marleymep.com/sites/default/files/field-file/5200-11195-000.pdf
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February 10, 2016
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10-3 wire. Double 30amp breaker.
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December 7, 2015
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You would need a 40 amp double pole breaker
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can you use a wall thermostat with this heater?

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November 15, 2015
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If you install a wall t-stat - it can be done- you will void the warranty
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It is not factory set for a remote thermostat but you can install a 2 pole stat ahead of the heater stat and leave the on board stat turned up to a slightly higher temperature than you want it to be in the room and that will allow the wall stat to control the temperature. In case of overheating, the factory stat will still shut off the unit.
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March 3, 2015
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This heater does not have an option to replace the built in line voltage thermostat with a remote wall mounted thermostat.
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can you get electric heaters that heat this big of an area that are 110 volts??

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Borat said it best, when he said, " Pause . . . . . . . . . . . . Not ! !"
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no, not at all.
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January 27, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, we do not stock this item with the specifications you are requesting. However, we do offer alternative models that may suit your needs. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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7,500-Watt Unit Heater is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Does Not Operate Long Enough to Do Any Good I've got a well-insulated two car garage. Thought this unit would heat it during moderately cold temps to at least above 50F, but it cuts out so much that it just never heats the garage above 50F. It has an automatic cutoff that prevents it from running consistently until it gets above 50F, so it has not provided me with much use. I have the FUH54B model.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unsatisfied. I bought this FUH54 heater before winter after reading plenty of good reviews on other retail websites. My 2 car 20x24 garage is well insulated and will not stay above 40 degrees with outside temps in the teens or lower. The fan runs at a very low speed and does not move much heat.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good heater It seems fine. It may be undersized for my shop. I have 1000 square feet and I think this will only do 750. I might need another one.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Installed the heater in a garage workshop. The Heater is everything it's described to be. Easy ... Installed the heater in a garage workshop. The Heater is everything it's described to be. Easy installation and wiring. The product seems to put out good heat, the fan seems a little weak, although the cfm of the fan is probably matched to the heat output of the heating element. The drawback we found with the unit is it needs a remote thermostat. Because this is a ceiling mounted heater, it is difficult to reach the thermostat knob to turn on and off. Just installing a remote power switch isn't a good idea since the fan motor has a delay in it to cool off the heater element before the fan turns off. Just turning off the power to the unit would kill the fan delay system. A remote thermostat is all that is needed, and should be included with a ceiling mounted heater.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from execellent product Easy purchase - installation was no problem at all - wiring was very simple. Living in Mid Michigan garage/workshop can get very cold. This heater warmed up a 768 square foot detached garage from 28 F to 60 F in less than one hour. It will heat up 240 square foot work shop area in 20 minutes. (garage has R-19 in the walls and R-30 in the attic and I run the heat just on some evenings and weekends - I haven't had the unit long enough to see if I will have any savings over the ancient heater it replaced). The thermostat takes some getting used to, but I found when it gets warm enough just turn the dial counter clock-wise until the unit shuts off. You can maintain that temperature for however long you need it by making little adjustments clock-wise for more heat counter-clockwise for less. So far the heater is exactly what I needed.
Date published: 2016-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works perfect in my 900 sq. ft. garage! I still run a propane heater for about 10 min. just to he... Works perfect in my 900 sq. ft. garage! I still run a propane heater for about 10 min. just to heat up the air quick and after that I will turn on the main heater. It keeps my garage nice and warm over here in Northern Ohio.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from heater 7500w goodheat source Iexpected quickerfan start I have not used a unit like this so i am getting used to it. i need to insulate my pole barn excellent delivery good condition.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Smaller than I thought. works great has thermostat. I need a bigger one and will run them both. Smaller than I thought. works great has thermostat. I need a bigger one and will run them both.
Date published: 2016-12-27
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