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I have an Intertherm EP1500 portable heater. It's 7 foot long exactly, 120 Volt, 1500 watt. Intertherm was bought out by Cadet and this model equates to the Cadet model EPA 1500. I need to find what I believe is a thermostat connected to the heating element, but some are referring to it as a limit. It's black, round plastic, a bit smaller than a dime and has two wires going into it. It's physically broken. I'm hoping to find a replacement as this things virtually indestructible minus this part. Let me know if you need more info or a picture uploaded somewhere, I'd be happy to do that. Really appreciate your time:)

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I would take this part out and take it to a local mechanical supply house in your area. The service people are very knowledable about heating and a/c parts and they can physically look at the part to see if they have it in stock or if they can order it. good luck

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