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Old 12-15-2016, 10:57 AM   #15
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The oil filled units seem to be the most popular in RVs. We deviated and got a Holmes heater with Wemo integration. That way I can adjust the settings from my phone, from anywhere.
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We also use a small ceramic heater we got a CW, especially in the bedroom. Keeps is nice and toasty. The only problem we have had was trying to use it on the kitchen while we made coffee with our fancy grinder/brewer, which trips the circuit breaker.
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I picked up this Comfort Zone ceramic heater last month while in Topeka, Kansas. It has a thermostat and a tip-over safety shut off. I bought it for $15 at Walmart. Works great!
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Heaters like the Comfort Zone in the pic, that have mechanical control switches, have the advantage of being able to stay in the ON position during power failures. They will once again produce heat, after power is restored.
So many other heaters have digital controls that fail to OFF, and need to be turned back to ON after a temporary loss of power.
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Heaters like the Comfort Zone in the pic, that have mechanical control switches, have the advantage of being able to stay in the ON position during power failures. They will once again produce heat, after power is restored.
So many other heaters have digital controls that fail to OFF, and need to be turned back to ON after a temporary loss of power.
This is also important if you want to use any sort of home automation switch to control it.
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