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Old 12-08-2019, 04:48 PM   #1
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120 Baseboard Heater

I have a 1000 watt heater in my galley and toilet area. They are Cadet UC101 models. One in the galley quit working due to the connection on the thermostat broke off and manufacture no longer supplies but their Pn is 100750 and can be bought from Home Depot or Lowes for $15.00 just a heads up if others run in to it. 20 min repair after you get the parts
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Are baseboard heaters OEM?
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Yes OEM on higher end rigs up to around 06.
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Yes my coach has 1 mounted in the under the sink area beside the furnace heater and 1 in the toilet area below that sinks
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Checked my window sticker and the 110v baseboard heaters were an option. They sure are nice on a cold morning to take the chill out.
Ken, thanks for posting the parts source.
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Would be fairly simple to install. If they were an option you should have the breakers in the panel. Each one of mine has a circuit breaker, 15 amp I believe. You can buy the complete unit about $110. They work real well to take the chill off the tile floor
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I'm so doing this. I have a space behind my slide. About 6 inches to wall and it is bathroom wall and I have outlet there. I'll tie into that line there. I'm already plugging in a 1500 watt space heater.
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Post a picture when you have it installed. Found the complete unit on Amazon and you can order them from Lowes and Home Depot as well
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Thanks for the reply. I was unaware.
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