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I have a remington 5000w garage heater and after i plugged it inand all it does is make a buzzing sound when i turn it on?

Its a ceiling mounted model, 5000w garage heater

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Neither of you state the model of heater that is giving you starting problems. many of the motors have an external starting capacitor (relay). If so, you may just need that part, if your heater is equipped with one. On the other hand, many have an internal capacitor , which is not servicable.

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SOURCE: hello I have a Fahrenheat Ceiling-Mount Industrial

Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.

you will have to install a 30 amp breaker, and make sure the wire is rated for 40 amps, or 110% of 30 amps, you can wire direct to the heater if you wish.

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02. keep the garage door opener transmitter in your hand (do not press any button at this time) ;;;

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