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Are the 1200w halogen heaters any good for small sitting room, approx. 12' x 12'?


Unless you live in a very mild climate, 1200 watt heaters are good to supplement existing heated rooms only. To get an idea of how much heat is supplied by this type of heater, it is about 350 btu's or about the amount of heat produced by a person walking around in the room. A typical whole house furnace output is between 75,000 and 125,000 btu's. Again, these heaters are really not designed to heat a room, just a person in the room.

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Underfloor Radiant Heating for Your New Sunroom


You want to add a brand new sunroom onto your existing house. The problem is that you are not sure how to heat it. Electric heating with baseboard heaters will spoil the look that you want from your new room. Hot water baseboard is going to present all types of problems getting hooked in to the existing system and piping it. And, if you have hot air heating system then you will have the problem of getting ductwork to the room. There is another way to heat this room easily and efficiently.

Radiant heating has been one of the most comfortable and efficient ways for heating for many years. The problem has been in the past to find a good heating source for small radiant floors that will be affordable, effective and efficient.

This problem has been solved now, with the availability of small new electric combination heater- circulator units. These units use small electric heating elements together with a small circulator pump to give you a all in one heating source and circulator pump.

Now you just have to lay your tubing in the floor of the room you are adding on to your house. Then you run that tubing into your existing basement or other room in your house. The tubing and the electric are attached to the heating unit. Then, wire a thermostat to the unit, and you are now ready to make heat. This really makes heating a new addition room very inexpensive and easy to do.

The greatest thing about using this type of heating system is that most average do-it-yourself types can do this. All that is needed is a basic knowledge of plumbing and electric.
If you are thinking of building that little add-on and are worried about how you will heat it, think about using radiant floor heat and a small electric heater-circulator to do your project.

on Dec 05, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Does not heat up. Is there a way of opening the radiator?


Oil heaters produce no fumes or flames and feature whisper-quiet operation. Because the oil within the heater never needs to be replaced, oil-filled heaters are maintenance-free. In addition, these types of heaters are compact and portable - allowing you to carry them from room to room. Many also feature carrying handles or a set of casters for easy mobility
some of these types of heaters have a hole with a plug, that allow you to add oil, but few of these are in use today. so this being said it is most likely the heating element is failing to fully heat up the oil. parts may be found, if researched in detail on the net


also be known that the electrical componets are most likely to fail befor the oil evaporates. so look at all overheating controls and so on.

good luck,

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RCA modelD52W20 Problems turning TV on when it is cold or for the first time after being off for an extended amount of time. The green lite comes on ,stays on a few seconds and goes out. After continueing...


well usually what works for me is a small heater on near the tv or just keeping the room above 65 degrees. There is a way on some tv's to turn off the power saver and that will keep your tv warm. But on others you cant turn it off so you have to deal with the heater or keeping the room warm cause that tv wont turn on for anything exept if its warm....

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Can I use same remote for more then one of the same type ceiling


If they are all the same make/model they will only have a few frquencies they work from. If there is a slide switch or something that is numbered 1 to 4 or whatever, set them all to the same and 1 remote will work them all.(or should).

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I have the Hampton Bay 5-Light Track Lighting


Skill, patience, preseverance, and experience. You ned to cut and strip the wires so they "just fit" into the space provided leading to the connectyion screws. no room for stuffing , and no extra wiggle room for and bends or kinks .. You mightb try mounting the wires and then pushing the extra wire back up intio the ceiling junction box, thats what I do.

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Carbon monoxide poisoning?


The problem is that it is burning up all the oxygen in the room. That is what makes the CO level high. He needs to either leave a door, or something open, and possible even a little fan to keep the Oxygen that is IN the room mixed. I figure he is working low, and there is not much air moving around him.
Get fresh air INto the room and the CO will not be a bother.

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Electricity cost per hour


1500w / 1000w = 1.5 kwh. Every hour you run (assuming it is at 100% peak power) you use 1.5 kw. Just multiply that rate by how much it your power company charges per kwh.

Estimating high at 10 cents per kwh it would be $1 for every 10 hours you run the heater, or $2.40 per day, or about $72 per month if you ran it 24/7 for 30 days.

It is FAR cheaper to use these types heaters to heat one small room than an entire apartment or house if you are only in one room the majority of the time.

Dec 12, 2008 | Lasko Ceramic Heater

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Baseboard heaters


measure each room you want to heat. multiply the length x width, this will give you the square footage of the room to be heated, multiply that by 10 and that is the number of watts needed to heat the room using 220/240v baseboards.

Sep 11, 2008 | Fahrenheat PHH15002 Oil Filled Baseboard...

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