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Won't heat my studio - even on "HIGH"

I just bought a Comfort Zone CZ7007 and with both switches "ON" and knob on high, it does not heat my 20 x 15 foot studio. What's the problem?

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Does it get hot? If so, that is all you will get! It is not made to heat a room of 20 X 15 X 8 feet high. That is 2400 cubic feet of air space that may or may not be insulated. You need a quartz heater or two that are designed with fans to heat larger areas (see the specifications on them). The oil filled radiator is to put next to your rocking chair or under your desk near your feet!

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On the comfort zone CZ7007, the #1 rocker switch is for 600 watts, the #2 rocker switch is for 900 watts. If you flip 1 and 2 both to on you will get 1500 watts. Which is 600 and 900 added together. There is no down position, but only on and off.

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SOURCE: Is there a recall on

Have you tried resetting the unit?

just push and hold the two buttons on the right for 3 seconds and it will reset.

Or what are the problems you are having with them?
What lights are lit, etc.?

Tell us more--

Mack B

Posted on Jan 15, 2011

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