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I need the switch for Lakewood 7096 oil heater

I need to find burnt out switch for a Lakewood 7096 oil heater where can I find switch

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  • robertcpi Jan 07, 2009



    Please let me know where to get the part

  • robertcpi Jan 07, 2009



    Where can I buy the switch for a Lakewood 7096 oil filled heater

  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    switch for a lakewood 7096 oil heater

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ZE-235-2 replaces Defond DRH-2415 switch. You can find it on this link: https://www.ceilingfanswitch.com/product/ze-235-2-rocker-switch

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Http://www.nelsonappliance.com/ Lakewood eng. says to write to them for their parts. I did and am awaiting reply and cost for same burned out switch....

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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Concerning Lakewood Model #7096
RECALL
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