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I cannot set the thermostat on my Dakota portable heater ?

I do not have the manual can you assist on helping me set the temp on the, DAKOTA DESIGNS 3LY44A Ceramic Heater Power Rating 900/1500 Watts , Model. thanks, Lisa

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How do I regulate temp on my lasko heater


My experience with Lasko heaters is with the small portable ceramic types. On mine there are two knobs. One is the "Power"; the fan symbol is for fan only, then (I) Low Power and (II) High Power 1500 watts. The other know is the thermostat from (-) to (+). Set the thermostat towards (+) until the temp in the room is the way you want it. Then turn the thermostat know towards (-) until the unit shuts off. This is now the temperature setting and the heater will cycle on and off to this setting. Hope this helps.

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My experience with Lasko heaters is with the small portable ceramic types. On mine there are two knobs. One is the "Power"; the fan symbol is for fan only, then (I) Low Power and (II) High Power 1500 watts. The other know is the thermostat from (-) to (+). Set the thermostat towards (+) until the temp in the room is the way you want it. Then turn the thermostat know towards (-) until the unit shuts off. This is now the temperature setting and the heater will cycle on and off to this setting. Hope this helps.

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My electricity provider is not reliable. I own 3 of your towers to heat individual rooms. I have settled on a generator to have when I lose power again. I want to run one of your towers, a light and a...


Each one of your heaters draws 1500 watts on HIGH & 900 watts on LOW. Obviously, your generator can not operate all three on HIGH. On low, all three would require 2700 watts of your generators power. Which leaves very little to operate any other electrical appliances in your home. Becasue these are electric ceramic heaters, there is no surge to them, when you turn tum ON. The wattage listed above, is continual wattage, when they are in use. There has to be an electrical motor involved to have start up surge (i.e Refrigerator, freezer, etc)

So, just operating what you described, will not use up all of your generator's power. You should have just under 1500 watts left over. Of course, if you used a battery operated radio, you could gain 25 additional watts of power.

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The Holmes Comfort Temp ceramic heater works fine on Low setting, but once it is set to High temperature the illuminated digital display fades out and the unit turns itself off. Unplugging and letting the...


These heaters were not designed to be serviced in the field. If it's not over a year old, it may still be in warranty. Contact Holmes through there website www.holmesproducts.com for more info.

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I just purchased a lasko model 5805 ceramic heater. What's the cost to operate.


look for the power rating of your heater (usually it is in Watts (W) and convert it to kilo Watts (kW) unit by diving it by 1000).

kW = W / 1000.

now divide the kW by hour many hours your planning to operate your unit.

power consumption = kW/operating hours

when you get your power consumption value then multiply it with the power cost (you can find it usually in your bill).

cost to operate = power consumption x power cost.

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Should have oil in it. I don't think you can refill it. If it has leaked out, it's probably no good. Anyway, here are the instructions.


Press the *power button* once to start the heater on high power, continuous run. If left at this setting, the unit will run continuously on high power (1500 watts, 12.5 amps) and will not shut off until the unit is manually turned off.
Press the *power button* again, to change to low power, continuous run, (900 watts, 7.5 amps) and will not shut off until the unit is manually turned off.

Set temperature:

Press the temp/timer button until the temperature icon blinks. Use the up and down arrows to set the desired temperature.
The temperature icon will stop blinking and the current room temperature will reappear after the desired temperature is set.

The heater will turn off and on to achieve the desired temperature.

Set timer: (auto off)

Press the timer/timer button until the timer icon blinks. The hour display will appear. The auto off icon will also appear.
Use the up and down arrow buttons to set the heater operation time between 1 and 10 hours. This function will activate once the timer icon stops blinking. The heater will automatically turn off whn the times runs out.

Set timer: (auto on)

Press the temp/timer button until the timer icon blinks. The hour display will appear. The auto on icon will also appear.
Use the up and down arrow buttons to set the heater start time between 1 and 10 hours. This function will activate once the timer icon stops blinking.
The heater will automatically turn on when time expires.

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Hi YiXin

It will only use 2400 watts when on full. On settings lower than full, you will reduce the heat generated, and thus use less power. The amount of watts(energy) used is directly proportional to the heat the unit puts out. Hope this helps. A FixYa rating would be great for my solution. Thanks for using FixYa. Stay cosy :)

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Press the *power button* once to start the heater on high power, continuous run. If left at this setting, the unit will run continuously on high power (1500 watts, 12.5 amps) and will not shut off until the unit is manually turned off.
Press the *power button* again, to change to low power, continuous run, (900 watts, 7.5 amps) and will not shut off until the unit is manually turned off.

Set temperature:

Press the temp/timer button until the temperature icon blinks. Use the up and down arrows to set the desired temperature.
The temperature icon will stop blinking and the current room temperature will reappear after the desired temperature is set.

The heater will turn off and on to achieve the desired temperature.

Set timer: (auto off)

Press the timer/timer button until the timer icon blinks. The hour display will appear. The auto off icon will also appear.
Use the up and down arrow buttons to set the heater operation time between 1 and 10 hours. This function will activate once the timer icon stops blinking. The heater will automatically turn off whn the times runs out.

Set timer: (auto on)

Press the temp/timer button until the timer icon blinks. The hour display will appear. The auto on icon will also appear.
Use the up and down arrow buttons to set the heater start time between 1 and 10 hours. This function will activate once the timer icon stops blinking.
The heater will automatically turn on when time expires.

Hope this helps!

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