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I have an Intertherm Baseboard Heater, 7 ft long. Model # B OO1830042. - Model EP 1500-12 Volts 120 Watts 1500 12.5 Amps 120-1500-EP/83NV1-6 Issue # D-17242. I need a new Thermostat- Control for this unit. Cost details, shipping etc. Also, Is a new Face panel available for same?

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The M3X05F2A is a 5000 BTU unit.

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