Question about Dayton Electric Heater
Hi, what you are going to have to do, is remove the switch, mark the wiring so you know where to terminate and take the switch to a local appliance parts house. write down and take the unit model and serial #'s down also as they may have to match it with an aftermarket type normally closed switch that's if they can't find the OEM switch. Sometimes, you can get away with going to a air conditioning wholesale only parts store and you can pay cash for the exact replacement. But yes, it will have to be a parts house that deals with this equip. I hope this has given you some direction as to you're question. Sincerely,
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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