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Parts for Fahrenheat F2543 baseboard heater

Can you tell me where I can get parts for my Fahrenheat F2543 heater. I need the plastic part that holds the heating element in the frame. Thank you.

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Go to Home Depot, buy a new one, take the part you need, return the rest...

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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You might try www.fahrehheatpro.com, we manufacturer's website. you'll have to call them.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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