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Cadet heater cs 152 not blowing hard

Not much heat comes out

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grainger has them- home depot. wire is easy wire one side straight to 1 wire on in coming power the other side use your thermostat to break curcit ie wire into stat out of stat to voltage

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SOURCE: my cadet c202 heater is running the fan is blowing

I work in a motel and replace these heaters quite often, Cadet C202, a 240v 2000 watt wall heater. Most of the time when they blow cold air it's because the heating element is broken. First turn off the circuit breaker, then remove the heater from the wall. If you take out three screws, slide the top cover off, bend the two little tabs and take out the heating element, you can examine it and usually you will find a place where it is broken, it's like a big spring. Replacement elements can be ordered from online stores such as reliableparts.com Be very careful, 240 VAC is very dangerous! <!-- from fixya rte -->

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hello,

this means that the heater of your cadet have been disconnect from it position or it has gone bad

please note this, that the heater is call element technically if you to get a replacement for it

what you have to do from here to fix up cadet is that unscrew your heart with the basic tools trace the maize i.e the wire down fan then trace the wire from the fan to the element it's always white in colour if it's properly connected from it position then you have to passive it if smiley borne meaning that it has gone bad then it will need replacement,
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I work in a motel and replace these heaters quite often, Cadet C202, a 240v 2000 watt wall heater. Most of the time when they blow cold air it's because the heating element is broken. First turn off the circuit breaker, then remove the heater from the wall. If you take out three screws, slide the top cover off, bend the two little tabs and take out the heating element, you can examine it and usually you will find a place where it is broken, it's like a big spring. Replacement elements can be ordered from online stores such as reliableparts.com Be very careful, 240 VAC is very dangerous! <!-- from fixya rte -->

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