20 Most Recent Lakewood LAK707 Utility Heater Questions & Answers


I don't know how to make your heater work again, but I do know (from long experience with Lakewood 707s) that the setting knobs often fail to function properly even if the heating element still works. My solution is to plug the heater into an adapter with an on/off switch on it and use that to control the power. I leave the setting knobs on the heater itself in the position where I usually use them (max heat). These are excellent heaters except for the knob problem.

Lakewood LAK707... | Answered on May 24, 2011


There are a couple of videos in this link. DO NOT click the link on the first website, or any others that ask you to click 'ALLOW' with a goofy robot image. They are Russian hacker sites.

https://www.google.com/search?q=wiring+diagram+for+a+lakewood+oil+filled+heater+model+7101

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Lakewood Heating... | Answered 3 days ago


Try contacting Lakewood to request it.

Lakewood Heating... | Answered on Feb 11, 2021


try this link.
https://images.app.goo.gl/eqouF5WZLpQbu987
There are several diagrams for lakewood heaters.
Youb can also do a search google by typing in (wiring diagram for a Lakewood heater).

Lakewood Heating... | Answered on Jan 11, 2021


Usually No. They are built as a sealed unit and should be replaced if they are leaking.

Lakewood Heating... | Answered on Jan 02, 2021


I would suggest getting rid of it, if it got that hot, the integrity of the metal is now in question. You dont know the reason why this happened and it could happen again. Some of the issues with these are due to poor engineering and manufacturing. IF you want to attempt to figure it out, you need to get a meter that reads resistance and check the heating element resistance and divide the voltage by that number to get the amperage, then you can look and see what the wire rating is for the ampacity and check to see if it is in specification.

Lakewood Heating... | Answered on Jan 20, 2020


Is it 120 volts or 220 ?.
If 120 then connect the black or red to power and white to nuetrual.
220 is 2 hot and a ground

Lakewood Heating... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019

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