In this case use this link. You will have to go the through the rear of the unit. See the link to the manula it should guide you through. https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfImages/b3/b31b58fc-9260-40c7-8e51-75cc898ceef3.pdf thank you.
Sorry your having issues. First I would make sure you have it on a double throw 30 amp breaker and 10-2 wire first but yes it is available 401726 is the element part number for the RCP502. Thank you.
I really don't think you would want to pay $340 plus tax, plus what it would cost to have 240 volt power installed, just to kill bed bugs in a 10 foot by 25 foot room.
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there should be on problem using 5000 watts versus 4000 watts. The heater you ask about has a thermostat control and will shut off when your desired temperature is reached.
The heating elements get hot, to much sawdust could be a fire hazard. Instructions are to clean the heater and fan of dust and dirt periodically.
It's a moveable size, OK; BUT BAD IDEA to use it outside as it's 220/240 volt and a specific (unusual) plug-in configuration. High voltage means you don't get a second chance. Unusual plug-in means you'll be hard-pressed to find an extension cord... Better idea would be a propane heater, even like one for camping, or one of those free-standing wood-burning patio fixtures. If you really need it to be electric, at least limit it to 110/120 volt.
You must use the correct Nema #6-30R - instructions indicate: No adapter is available for these blade configurations,
I am not sure how many BTU's it puts out.....it is 500 watts and needs a dedicated 30amp outlet. I can tell you it is one of the greatest things I ever bought.I have a 2 car garage attached to the house and in the winter when I want to go in and work,I turn it on and go from 50 degrees to a very comfortable 65-70 degrees in about 40 min. I tried all the other solutions over the years.....space heaters, quartz,radiant.....this one does the job. It has control thermostat so you can turn it down once you reach your desired temp....Good luck ...winter is on the way
This unit doesn’t have a digital screen to tell you what temperature you setting it up to but it has a knob . The more to the left you turn the knob the higher the temperature is getting set up to . Once it reaches the temperature it shots off , when the temperature is getting lower it will start again and bring it back to where you set it up .