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240 or 120

I want to install a oil filled fahrenheat heater room is in basement about 145 sq feet should i use the 120volt plug in or thw 240 hard wired unit? Is one more efficient than the other?Do i have to put a cucuit in just for the 240 volt model if i use that one?

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240V used 1/2 the power of 120v It shoudl be wired on a dedicated circuit.

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