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Broken spade on thermostat. No replacement

Broken spade on thermostat. No replacement available from Grainger.

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Could you "Burrow in" and solder a stiff wire wire onto it? take the wire and join it to the wire you need?

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2YV14 need to find a new replacement fan blade and hub for a dayton wall heater model #2YV14


Hello Jeffrey Messenger,

Dayton is a big name product available at GRAINGER.
Electric Wall Furnace,
Recessed or Surface, 240VAC, Watts 9200

Replacement Parts
H
elp finding replacement parts?
Please call 1-800-GRAINGER
(1-800-472-4643)

The 2yv14 is a well known heater... sadly it has been
MANY years since I have purchased any
Dayton equipment... but GRAINGER RETAIL
OUTLETS WERE The reliable PLACE TO GO.
(see below).

GRAINGER
https://www.grainger.com/category/dayton/ecatalog/N-1z13ntg

DAYTON-Electric-Wall-Furnace-2YV14
Electric Wall Furnace Recessed or Surface 240VAC Watts 9200

Carnac the Magnificent

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The heaters thermostat sticks .so i replaced it with a newer one from grainger. Now the thing will go on but shuts off and doen't come back on


check the flue for a restriction, and check the flame sensor and clean with steel wool, it is in the burner compartment.

Nov 30, 2011 | Dayton G73 Utility Heater

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Where can I find a replacement base board thermostat knob ? The knob is beige. SEKNOBI KIN SE- Knob-I IV Knob F / S22. Regulates a base board heater.


Dayton Heaters are a product of Grianger Industrial Supply. The have locations all across the US & Mexico or you can find them online http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/wwg/start.shtml

Hope this helps you find the replacement knob.

Apr 12, 2011 | Dayton Electric Heater

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I NEED TO REPLACE THE THERMOSTAT WHERE IS THE


Dayton is a product of Grainger Industrial Supply. Here is a link to their website. You can order parts online or search for the location nearest you.

http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/wwg/start.shtml

Mar 19, 2011 | Dayton (3UG73) Electric Utility Heater

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I have intermatic timer T30003R. How do I change the timer motor


My understanding is this timer uses typical T100 series 120Volt clock motor.
The motor has identifying numbers printed on it.
T100 series 120V clock motor is available at Grainger:
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/INTERMATIC-Time-Clock-Motor-1PNK1?Pid=search
Selection of Intermatic clock motors are available on-line:
http://www.electricsupplyonline.com/prod/intermatic-motors.php

To replace motor:
Timer mechanism snaps out of box using a thumb-spring located at top of mechanism.
Clock is located on back of mechanism, and is held by 2 star-screws.
You can buy star screwdriver bit at auto parts store or hardware.
Clock motor has two white wires that are connected to terminals on front of timer.
Be sure to tighten terminals screws very tight after replacing clock motor.

Jan 10, 2011 | Intermatic & Indoor/Outdoor Rain Tight...

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The cutter head on my Dayton 2AC31A notcher is broken need a new one can you find a one


call w.w. grainger parts. number is available at any grainger store

Oct 14, 2010 | Garden

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Wires setting on thermostat and heater for whirlpool AWZ410


Am taking out my element so can tell you.
First 2 thick greys:
easiest: a short lead with white conector at each end: one end joins element, on right hand spade, and other end to left (at about 9.30/10) spade on thermostat.
the other grey goes to lowest spade on thermostat (about 6.30/7, if it were a clock)
Thinner White leads: impossible to say, as same length, indistinquisable: you will just have to experiment with the 2 spades left; as its both on a thermostat I don't feel there's any risk of breaking it/any part

Sep 19, 2009 | Whirlpool AWZ410 Front Load Washer/Dryer

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Replacing the thermostat


a mdg5500aww maybe? the the wires just pull or slide off , you may try rocking spade terminal side to side to lossen but it just slides off, you will see how easy it is once you get it off if you would damage the spade end just put a new one on easy

Apr 26, 2008 | Maytag Neptune MDE5500AY Electric Dryer

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Error 5


Error 5 refers to the temperature sensor.
On my machine the wire to it had broken at the spade connector connecting to the sensor.
You can access it easily by removing the back panel, the sensor is at the bottom of the drum with one white wire coming from it. I replaced the connector with a sleeved 1/4" spade connector bought from Halfords.
The wire is of poor quality so try to support it so vibrations dont cause the cable to fracture again

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