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Power switch I need to find a replacement on/off rocker switch for my electric radiator

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  • Anonymous Nov 12, 2007

    I need a switch for a model 7000/A (lakewood oil filled electric)

  • Anonymous Feb 27, 2008

    Burnt out thermostat and can not turn on the heater.

    Need your assistance.

    jp.org@hotmail.com

    Thanks,

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2008

    I have a never used lakewood 7000 A that does not work at all. The switches light, but nothing at all seems to work?



    Thanks, Bill Stalmer

  • wellsp218 Dec 04, 2008

    Found out, no more parts available for Lakewood 7000 you can get number at
    http://www.nelsonappliance.com/Space+Hea...

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If it looks like this you can get one here.

Defond DRH-2415 15A 125VAC Lighted Dual Heater Switch

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Here is the part, see page 20 of the PDF!: http://www.grpdfond.com/pdf/Part2_switches.pdf

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Where can I get a replacement on/off switch for my Lakewood 7000/A ?

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  • Liberty4ALL Jan 12, 2011

    Try a Delonghi switch if one matches, they have similar oil-filled heaters:http://www.nelsonappliance.com/shop/cate...

  • Liberty4ALL Jan 12, 2011

    Update - the Delonghi switches do not work on the Lakewood units and have been tried according to Nelson Appliance.

    Here is the part, see page 20 of the PDF!:http://www.grpdfond.com/pdf/Part2_switch...

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Try this link   http://www.nelsonappliance.com/Space+Heater+Parts.html

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Have you tried looking into allied electronics supply?  they stock most electric switches. 

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Get two Gardner Bender GSW-42 switches, cut the front plate from one side of each switch so that they mate and widen the hole so they fit. Brass tabs go up.

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Try www.yemma.com ph no18009627532

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