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I am looking for a thermostat control switch for a space heater Model #927/C

A dial type rotery heat control thermostat switch

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SOURCE: electric space heater contactor won't stay latched

Jumpered the bimetal thermostat and everything worked smoothly. Tried to clean contacts in thermostat with no luck, so ordered a replacement. At least it was cheaper than the contactor.

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There is an inline thermal fuse on the right side of the element, check to see, if it has resistance, if not replace.

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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visit this page for Lakewood parts and service center info:
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Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Lancer 2002, change heater control switch

contrary to what the dealership tells you you don't have to take out the entire dash to fix the heater switch, all you have to do is first locate a heater switch which I thought was imposible to find too, but I found one online for 165 bucks from a used autoparts store, then all you do is take off the molding that surrounds your stereo, then take out your stereo, then you will see a blue cable on the right side and a black one on the left carefully disconnect those and the two wireing harnesses in the back the upper one is white the lower is black, then pull the unit out and put the other back in the same way, now it's still going to stick cause of those moron engineers so if you kneel on the ground and look next to your gas pedal you will see to pieces of white plastic that is why you can't switch to heat that flimsy cabel has to push that gear forward, that gear is sticky so it won't go forward, there is a replacement gear to fix that problem that should be about 18.00 from the dealership. it took me about an hour or less to do the whole operation. I just literally finished it 20 minutes ago in my wifes lancer which i broke that knob off of. Good luck if you havent figured it out yet.

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SOURCE: Lakewood space heater thermostat source

If it is a Ksd31 thermostat you need, you are in luck. I found what I needed for my model 5600/7 on ebay. The store Larksining sells the for as few as five/pkg in various temp. settings. I got 5 ea. in two temp settings for less than $11.00 USD with shipping from Hong Kong.

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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Honeywell thermostat will not work when put on automatic


Depends on what type of heat you have...if it is electric, it could be your thermostat (some electric heaters use contactors & rely on the thermostat to switch the fan on). Heat pumps also use the thermostat to switch the fan on in heat & cool mode. Most electric furnaces use a sequencer to switch the low speed of the fan whenever there is a call for heat. Gas furnaces use either a fan/limit controller (if the unit is older) OR a circuit board based on time (after the thermostat calls for heat). SO depending on the type of system you have, it could be a bad sequencer, controller, relay, thermostat, or control board. Hope that helps.

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DeLonghi Space Heater does not Heat


<p><b>Space heaters</b> are becoming more common as people are trying to get their<b> energy costs</b> under control. To try and s<b>ave money on heating</b>, many people are <b>turning down the heat</b> for their <b>central heating systems</b> and then heating just the area that they are in with a <b>small electric space heater</b>.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>While these<b> electric space heaters</b> are relatively inexpensive, there are many people who want to repair their space heater if it stops heating. <br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>If you have an <b>oil filled type space heater</b> and it is leaking or you are thinking of refilling it then check out this tip.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p><a href="/../support/r7770415-oil_filled_radiator_heater_leaking">Oil Filled Radiator Heater Leaking</a><br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>If you have an <b>electric hot air space heater</b>, and it is not working, then there are only a few things that can go wrong. The only parts that can fail are the <b>switch(s) for the heating</b>, the <b>thermostat</b>, and the <b>heating element</b>. Of these parts, the <b>switches</b>, and the<b> thermostats</b> are replaceable, but the <b>heating elements </b>usually are not. Finding the<b> replacement parts</b> can also be difficult. Here is one website that carries many of the parts for these heaters.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p><a href="http://www.ereplacementparts.com/">Click Here</a> <br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>To find out which part exactly is the part causing your problem, you will need to follow the power through the switch(s) and the thermostat to the heating element(s) and find out where and if the power is being interrupted before getting to the heating element. If the element is getting power then everything else is working and the element is bad. If there is no power there then go backwards till you find power and replace that part.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>Always remember to mark any wires that you remove very well before removing them. There are many people looking for<b> wiring diagrams</b> because they have not remembered where they removed the wires from.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>Also make sure to remove power, (unplug the cord) before removing any electrical components from the heater. Also when checking for power with the power on, you must be very careful to avoid a shocking experience that could result in death. Make sure all parts are away from metal parts of the heaters also to avoid shorting the part to the heater and blowing a breaker or ruining the heater.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>In many cases, the time, energy and the <b>cost of parts</b> and shipping are not worth the <b>cost of the heater</b> that you are trying to fix. Make sure to check all of that out before trying to make repairs.<br />

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My honeywell thermostat will not let the fan blow if it's on automatic


Depends on what type of heat you have...if it is electric, it could be your thermostat (some electric heaters use contactors & rely on the thermostat to switch the fan on). Heat pumps also use the thermostat to switch the fan on in heat & cool mode. Most electric furnaces use a sequencer to switch the low speed of the fan whenever there is a call for heat. Gas furnaces use either a fan/limit controller (if the unit is older) OR a circuit board based on time (after the thermostat calls for heat). SO depending on the type of system you have, it could be a bad sequencer, controller, relay, thermostat, or control board.

Dec 17, 2013 | Heating & Cooling

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I need a thermostat control for a Lakewood oil filled heater model 5101


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How do I Turn the heat on ?


It's hard to answer that question because there are so many variables. First I would look at the thermostat and see what manual settings are available. If it's a non programable there should be a switch that goes from heat to cool,one position for fan on , one for off, and one for auto. Set the heat/cool switch to heat. the fan on ,off and auto to auto. Then turn thermostat control up so it's above surrounding temperature.This should cause the heater to come on. If that doesn't work you may have problems with heater or thermostat. If it a programable t-stat I will need more information,such as name brand,model,etc. Hope this helps. Thanks.

Nov 05, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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Pump runs 5 minutes and stops


Move the slide switch to ON.
Open following link for recirculation system resources.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Water-heater-recirculation-system.html

The recirculation can work on either the timer or the thermostat using slide switch located next to the timer dial.
First of all, look to see if dial is rotating as time passes.
Next look at position of slide switch. If switch is moved to 'timer,' then the timer controls the on-off function for pump.
Move the pins located on timer dial to control on-off times.
If the switch is moved to ON, then the thermostat controls the pump, and turns on until temperature in pipe reaches 94 or 100 degrees F approximately. I forget exact cutoff temp.

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I have ran my 12-2 wire from breaker box to thermostat from the thermastat i ran a 12-2 wire to first heat. question 1) do i run another 12-2 wire from heat 1 to the next heater i want on this thermostat?...


There are so many questions. WHAT IS THE MODEL number of the unit that you are wiring The thermostat and the source voltage are two different things. What voltage are you wiring this to?

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Need a thermostat for a space heater


visit this page for Lakewood parts and service center info:
http://www.lakewoodeng.com/html/parts.html

Feb 22, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Heater will not stay lit on auto procom ml 300 blue flame


If you have an ML300HGA, it is a manual-control heater, which means you turn it on and you turn it off. No thermostat. It does not have an AUTO setting.

Likewise, the thermostat-controlled models do not have a Manual mode. If you have the ML300TBA, it has a thermostat and will turn itself on/off in order to maintain a room temperature.

On manual models, the numbers (if any) on the dial are heat output selections. Set the control to the highest heat setting and that's what it does until you turn it off.

On automatic thermostat models, the numbers on the dial are temperature selections. Set the control to the highest heat setting and the heater will continue running until it is 85-90 degrees, then shut off. Set it around 2 and it will maintain a temp of around 70 degrees.

All Procom heaters are either automatic (thermostat-controlled) or Manual. None are both.

Oct 05, 2008 | Procom ML300HGA Heater

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