Williams

Model 6501521A

Internet #202906983

Store SO SKU #1000676155

65,000 BTU/hr Enclosed Front Console Propane Gas Room Heater

$913.59 /each
  • Williams propane console heater puts out 65,000 BTU
  • Supplies hot air for spaces up to 1750 sq. ft.
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional

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The Williams 65,000 BTU Propane Hearth Heater offers a pilot ignition for fast start-up and automatic shutoff protection to prevent overheating. Designed to heat spaces up to 1750 sq. ft., this console-style heater is freestanding and features a louvered top with front grille for uniform heat distribution. Electricity is not required to operate this unit, making it suitable as a primary heating source off the grid or as a backup in case of power outages. The thermostat mounts to a cabinet or wall and allows the unit to automatically maintain a desired temperature without any manual adjustments. A conversion kit (sold separately) is available to allow natural gas as the fuel source. It is rated for elevations 0 ft. to 2000 ft.

  • Produces up to 65,000 BTUs/hr for dependable heating in cold months
  • Pilot ignition helps ensure fast start-up; no matches required
  • Automatic shutoff for safety and overheating prevention
  • Wall- or cabinet-mounted thermostat allows you to control and maintain a desired temperature
  • Freestanding installation allows for versatile placement in a room
  • Enclosed front offers a sleek look to complement any interior decor
  • Meets CSA and ANSI safety requirements
  • Louvered top and front grille offer superb heat circulation
  • Rated for elevations 0 ft. to 2000 ft.
  • May be converted to natural gas with the purchase of gas conversion kit number 8952 (sold separately)
  • Dimensions: 34 in. W x 19-5/8 in. D x 32-7/8 in. H
  • Optional blower kit (model 2102) sold separately
  • Equipment should be sized, selected and installed by a qualified professional to ensure proper installation, safe operation, adherence to federal, state and local codes and for valid warranty; see installation guide for more details
  • Recommended for professional purchase only
  • Get it installed by The Home Depot

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Does the pilot stay on all the time?

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Yes, the pilot light stays on all the time.
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Does it require any electricity?

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No, electricity is not required.
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What blower do we need to get for this?

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This model doesn't carry the blower. The blower kit required is model 2102. Information is provided in the manual http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/51/51df9356-7f69-4973-9072-8bea8545c00c.pdf
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I turned the thermostat up and the stove started and then quit. I put in a new thermostat and will not start. If I jumper the thermostat out the stove will start but not with the thermostat. HELP
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Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good heater, poor delivery! Have only used it one night, and it heats our house very well. But was very dented and smashed when taken out of the box. Unfortunately I have small children and live in upstate New York, so I need to use it regaurdless so they are warm. October 10, 2015
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