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Bathroom Heater I have lost the instructions to my bathroom heater and need a picture of the fixing backplate. This plate/bracket has gone missing and I am not sure what I am looking for - it could be anywhere in the house or garage. The heater is only a few years old. Can't find an address for EWT so can anyone help please.

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  • p-l-jones Oct 19, 2008

    I should have said it is EWT Downflow fan heater for bathroom

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Check out this web page

www.glendimplex.com/brandstour1.php?id=23 - 20k


Perhaps they might be able to help


Hope this helps Loringh

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