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Register 2,000-Watt 240-Volt In-Wall Fan-Forced Heater in White

  • Vent-style grill blends in with any décor
  • Sturdy steel heating element designed for durability
  • Squirrel-cage blower increases airflow with low surface temps
$166.00 /each

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The Cadet Register Plus 14 in. x 7-3/8 in. 2,000-Watt Fan-Forced Wall Heater has a clean, low-profile design and quiet operation for comfortable, wall-mounted electric heat. Often chosen for its similar appearance to a central system register vent, the Register features a large squirrel cage blower that quietly provides increased airflow allowing for lower surface and air-at surface temperatures. It features a commercial-grade steel element for durability and is designed for optimal warm-air circulation at any heat setting. Comes packaged with a wall can and white grille. A wall-mount thermostat is required.

  • Dual-rated in-wall, fan-forced heater with 2,000-Watt at 240-Volt or 1,500-Watt at 208-Volt
  • Can heat up to 300 sq. ft. perfect for many size rooms
  • Commercial grade steel element
  • Squirrel cage blower provides increased airflow, allowing for lower surface temperatures and quiet operation
  • Can be installed with mounting legs horizontally in wall cavity or vertically on sill plate to minimize installation time
  • Thermal safeguard: high temperature manual reset turns off heater if normal operating temperatures are exceeded
  • Clean, low-profile appearance with a white, powder-coated paint finish
  • In-wall, fan-forced electric heater resembles a central-system register vent
  • Find the right Cadet electric heater for your needs:

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Ratings (4) (19) (68) (10)
Heater Type Unvented Unvented Unvented Unvented
Voltage (volts) 240 240 240 240
Room Size (sq. ft.) 350-500 350-500
Heating Technology Type Forced Air Forced Air Forced Air Forced Air
Wattage (watts) 2000 2000 4000 4000.000
Certifications and Listings 1-UL Listed 1-UL Listed 1-UL Listed ETL Listed
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how to maintain and clean unit

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Cleaning is actually pretty easy. This heater comes out of the holder really easy - just 1 screw. All you have to do is turn off the breaker (for safety) and wait for the unit to cool. Remove the wall cover. Remove the holding screw and pull out the heater - don't mess with the wiring. There should be enough slack to get it out of the wall.
Now just vacuum everything out. Use canned air for the hard to Read More
Cleaning is actually pretty easy. This heater comes out of the holder really easy - just 1 screw. All you have to do is turn off the breaker (for safety) and wait for the unit to cool. Remove the wall cover. Remove the holding screw and pull out the heater - don't mess with the wiring. There should be enough slack to get it out of the wall.
Now just vacuum everything out. Use canned air for the hard to reach places.
Do this once a year (just after summer). If you have pets, do it more often as pet hair can build up. Read Less
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February 13, 2014
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Cleaning is simple. You'll need a vacuum cleaner and compressed air or an air compressor. Once about every 6 months remove the cover of the heater, make sure the thermostat is turned off or all the way to low before you do this. Once the cover is off, you place the vacuum on one end of the heater. DO NOT touch any heating element with the vacuum hose as you may damage it. Turn on the vacuum and use the Read More
Cleaning is simple. You'll need a vacuum cleaner and compressed air or an air compressor. Once about every 6 months remove the cover of the heater, make sure the thermostat is turned off or all the way to low before you do this. Once the cover is off, you place the vacuum on one end of the heater. DO NOT touch any heating element with the vacuum hose as you may damage it. Turn on the vacuum and use the compressed air to blow any dust into the vacuum hose. Once finished, put the grate back on the heater and enjoy! Read Less
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Hi Deb,
Thanks for asking such an important question for the community! Maintenance and cleaning should be done at least semi-annually, or every six months minimum. There are several steps to cleaning the heater, which are detailed in the owner's guide at the top of page 4. We've attached a link here:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/64/64f3df4c-9a8f-460f-91ed-e7e3b8c3b529.pdf
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Hi Deb,
Thanks for asking such an important question for the community! Maintenance and cleaning should be done at least semi-annually, or every six months minimum. There are several steps to cleaning the heater, which are detailed in the owner's guide at the top of page 4. We've attached a link here:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/64/64f3df4c-9a8f-460f-91ed-e7e3b8c3b529.pdf
You can also download the owner's guide directly from the link if you have Adobe® Acrobat® Reader. The most important thing to remember, before you begin, is to turn off the power at the circuit breaker!
Keep asking questions and happy cleaning! Read Less
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Can I reduce their speed or do something to reduced the noise?

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I bought two for the living room and one for the bedroom and they work fine but they are absurdly loud!!! Is there a way to reduce the noise? Maybe reducing the speed of the fan or adding some sort of filter?
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November 30, 2015
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Hello and thank you for your question.
You could try replacing your heaters with the RM162. The RM162 is 1,600 watts as compared to 2,000 watts which is what you have right now. The RM162 may run a few minutes longer while it is on, but the reduced wattage will definitely help reduce the noise level. Please see the link below for the Read More
Hello and thank you for your question.
You could try replacing your heaters with the RM162. The RM162 is 1,600 watts as compared to 2,000 watts which is what you have right now. The RM162 may run a few minutes longer while it is on, but the reduced wattage will definitely help reduce the noise level. Please see the link below for the RM162.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cadet-Register-Multi-Watt-240-208-Volt-Fan-Forced-Wall-Heater-Assembly-Only-RM162/202863231 Read Less
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I bought this kit to replace my bedroom unit and the breaker trips immediately when on.

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I have replaced my old King 2250W unit with this one and now it trips the double pole 30 AMP breaker immediately when I turn it on, I'm using a Honeywell Thermostat but I don't believe that is the problem, any guess where I should look first?
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October 27, 2015
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Thank you for your question.
From the information given, it sounds as if it could be a bad wire connection or possibly an overloaded circuit.
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Can this unit be mounted vertically against a stud in wall where there is not enough room to mount it horizontally?

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The studs where I need to mount it are not on 16" centers.

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March 3, 2015
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Hello Greyhound10 and thank you for your question.
The wall can must be installed in the TOP UP (horizontal) position only. Heater is not approved for ceiling mount. It cannot be mounted vertically.
Best wishes on your project.
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Register 2,000-Watt 240-Volt In-Wall Fan-Forced Heater in White is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Installation took about 90 minutes from start to finish. It went well, wiring was pretty easy. ... Installation took about 90 minutes from start to finish. It went well, wiring was pretty easy. I replaced a baseboard heater that was on an exterior wall so i had to remove the insulation to get this to fit. I called customer service to make sure it was okay to install next to insulation and they said as long as the paper backing was removed it'd be fine. The register is a little louder than i'd prefer but it definitely made a difference in heating. Haven't received an electric bill yet but should be improved from having baseboard heaters. Also installed the apex72 1600W model from cadet and that one is definitely quieter. Its nice to now have heaters that circulate the air in the room.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from the heater is exactly as advertised and easy to install if u are familiar with electrical wiring ... the heater is exactly as advertised and easy to install if u are familiar with electrical wiring etc. Took only a few minutes to hook up once the thermostat and run back to the breaker box was completed. Throws a lot of heat and very quiet....don't know why anyone would complain about the noise unless they installed it wrong. From some of the dumb questions that I have seen about heaters and thermostats, its a wonder some people haven't burned their houses down. Get a professional to install it if you don't already know what u are doing......this isn't for amateurs.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Small, efficient. Relatively easy to install: If you know how to install any electric wall heat... Small, efficient. Relatively easy to install: If you know how to install any electric wall heater, you can install this one. Warms up a 12' x 12' room well.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from heats too good i bought these for the bedrooms based on square footage & the fact that the house is 100 years old they are a little noisey for the rooms but wow! do they work i had to call cadet because i could not get them to work the tech support was with out question wonderful he explained in great detail what i did wrong & how to fix it also said he gets the same call all the time even from electricians made me feel a little better because what i did was misplace the double pole breaker in my b. box this style heater has worked with out any problems for almost 17 years in our church building you can't find a heater with a better warranty 5 years i am buying two more soon
Date published: 2010-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from easy Was happy with the ease of installation. I was swapping out an old heater, and it was good that this was about 1/2 inch taller since the old heater was poorly installed and the larger size allowed concealment of heater removal damage. It was a real easy replacement
Date published: 2016-04-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Easy to install and makes decent heat. Has own reset button.
Date published: 2016-02-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to Install, fairly quiet I installed two of these in bedrooms. They are a little louder than I would like in a bedroom but are not bad. Installation was easy.
Date published: 2015-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Purchasing for the second time - We like these heaters I see a lot of complaints that these are noisy. Let me put in my 2 cents. I have had 2 of these for over 10 years and don't feel they are all that bad. I agree that at 2am one of these going off in your bedroom might be a bit much. If you don't want noise - go with baseboard heaters. We have baseboard heaters in the bedrooms and are fine with that. For larger spaces, we really love these little forced air units. They take up a LOT less space and put out a lot of hot air. The pair heat up our large living room and dining room quickly. We even saved electricity as the heaters ran a lot less than the old baseboards. The baseboards would stay on much longer trying to heat the rooms. And we got a whole wall that was almost unusable because of the really long baseboard heater. One of the 2 we bought just went out on us and I will be replacing it with the same brand. The manufacture date on the one that failed is 25-Sep-2003. Got over 10 years out of it. The blower on it gave out. I never really cleaned it out so it is my fault. There was a lot of lint in there. For a little heater like this - 10 years is pretty good. I am sure it would have lasted longer if I had taken better care of it. If you want the feel of a forced air system but have electric baseboard heaters, I would recommend this heater.
Date published: 2014-10-29
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