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Power switch I need to find a replacement on/off rocker switch for my electric radiator

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  • Anonymous Nov 12, 2007

    I need a switch for a model 7000/A (lakewood oil filled electric)

  • Anonymous Feb 27, 2008

    Burnt out thermostat and can not turn on the heater.

    Need your assistance.

    [email protected]

    Thanks,

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2008

    I have a never used lakewood 7000 A that does not work at all. The switches light, but nothing at all seems to work?



    Thanks, Bill Stalmer

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008

    Found out, no more parts available for Lakewood 7000 you can get number at
    http://www.nelsonappliance.com/Space+Hea...

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Here is the part, see page 20 of the PDF!: http://www.grpdfond.com/pdf/Part2_switches.pdf

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Where can I get a replacement on/off switch for my Lakewood 7000/A ?

  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2011

    Try a Delonghi switch if one matches, they have similar oil-filled heaters:http://www.nelsonappliance.com/shop/cate...

  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2011

    Update - the Delonghi switches do not work on the Lakewood units and have been tried according to Nelson Appliance.

    Here is the part, see page 20 of the PDF!:http://www.grpdfond.com/pdf/Part2_switch...

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Try this link   http://www.nelsonappliance.com/Space+Heater+Parts.html

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Have you tried looking into allied electronics supply?  they stock most electric switches. 

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Get two Gardner Bender GSW-42 switches, cut the front plate from one side of each switch so that they mate and widen the hole so they fit. Brass tabs go up.

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SOURCE: rocker switch for 600 watts broken----

First of all complaining to FixYa isn't going to accomplish anything. I doubt that the supplier of your device even knows about FixYa. Now on to your problem --- can you get me any numbers off the rocker switch? I'll do the research and get back to you. Use my original email address which can be found in my profile.

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SOURCE: I need to replace the shorted out rocker on/off switch.

Local Electrical Supply House, W.W. Grainger, and possibly Johnstone Supply.

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