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CZ9009 The heat sensor (I think it is) KSD301

I have a Digital oil filled radiator, CZ9009
The heat sensor (I think it iscalled) KSD301 16/125- 120 has arced and melted the connection, causing smoke. It is quite easy to replace. I live in the U.P. of Michigan. How can I get another part?

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  • klbenson2261 Feb 01, 2010

    Thanks for the advise...I thought about that, but replcacing the part is a snap, BUT I have had no luck in finding how to get the replacement part. That is why I contacted you. Can you get me the web site or the replacement parts phone #?

  • klbenson2261 Feb 01, 2010

    Thanks, I'll give it a try.

  • klbenson2261 Feb 01, 2010

    Allparts.com specializes in guitar parts and did not recognize the ksd301 part. Do you have another suggestion?

  • klbenson2261 Feb 01, 2010

    Thanks, I got it on ebay.



    Ken

  • klbenson2261 Feb 01, 2010

    Yep, up here in the UP of Michigan there isn't much available. You know, the "You can't get there from here!" But I think it's coming from Hong Kon...so it might be spring before it gets here!

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I do not know how much those heaters are there,but they are only about 38.50 here,it is cheaper to buy another heater than to repair the heater you have,what I do,is every time they go out,I store them in the shop,and buy a new one,and replace parts from the ones I have in storage,but I try not to buy the digital ones,they are a problem.But ,if you insist,type the brand in,on the computer,and order the parts on line.

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    Ronny Bennett Sr. Feb 01, 2010

    Any appliance parts store can get it,might even have it already,it is used in a lot of driers and such,the same part number.Try allparts.com,and also heater part number ksd301,and you will find it,it will not say for comfortzone heater,but try it.

  • Ronny Bennett Sr.
    Ronny Bennett Sr. Feb 01, 2010

    allparts has a lot of different things,type in oil filled heater parts,,,,,if there is a appliance store,they will have it in stock.




    cgi.ebay.com/2-x-Temperature-Switch-Thermostat,,,,,,,,,and look for 2xtemperature switch nc,,,and click on it,

  • Ronny Bennett Sr.
    Ronny Bennett Sr. Feb 01, 2010

    I was hoping you would take advantage of the 2.95 I am glad

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