Question about Marvin 2060 Compact Heater
My Marvin2060 heater would not come on. After checking the reset (OK), I opened the unit, and, with an electrical meter, I determined that the off-low-high switch is defective. This is a three position switch.
The switch looks like a square wafer (about 1"). On one side is stamped: 13A 120V. On the other side is stamped: Tower Mfg 6A 120V.
Can you help me find this switch?
As you probably know by know Marvin is no longer in business. The original supplier of the electrical switches was tower mfg. They will not sell to distributers or supplies due to chance of legal matters, they will only sell to oem's. We have looked extensively and have found one supplier at present, if you find on please let us know. The switches we have purchased are 120VAC 13A and have exact mounting, one tab one screw with press in wire connectors. The only difference is this switches' stem is 5mm shorter. This means the bottom outside of the original control knob must be shaved 1/4" this will make for a perfect fit and will make this knob the same thickness as thermostat knob. This switch sells for $6.95 plus postage and comes with directions for modifications.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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