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Fahrenheat Ceiling-Mount 5000 Watt Electric Heater, Model# FUH5-4

Item# 17303
Heats things up fast AND saves floor space No blast of cold air at start-up - automatically delays fan action until the long-life heating element is warm. Fan continues until the heating element cools off. Built-in thermostat. Powerful heater delivers up to 17,065 BTU/hr. Horizontal heat flow and adjustable downflow positions allow it to distribute heat evenly throughout the room. Plated fin heating element provides uniform heated air discharge. 14in.L x 12 1/2in.W x 12 3/8in.H. 240 Volts, 5000 Watts at 17,065 BTU/hr. 21 Amps. Ceiling mount bracket included. Product Style Permanent mount, Product Type Forced air, Amps 21, Blower CFM 270, Heat Settings 10, Heating Capability sq. ft. 400, Plug Type Hardwired, Blower Included Yes, Dimensions W x D x H in. 14 1/2 x 11 1/4 x 12 1/2, Volts 240, Watts 5,000, Remote Included No, Thermal Cutoff Safety Device Yes, Thermostat Included Yes, BTU Output 17,065. Fan throws air 16 feet in calm conditions Automatically delays fan action until heating element is warmed up Fan continues until heating element cools off Thermostat is manually adjustable
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Questions & Answers for Fahrenheat Ceiling-Mount 5000 Watt Electric Heater, Model# FUH5-4

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What size wire do I need to run to this heater?

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This Fahrenheat Ceiling-Mount heater would need 10 gauge minimum insulated copper conductor (with ground) wire to run power from the breaker/fuse to the heater. Only use copper wire rated at least 75 degrees Celsius. Do not use aluminum wire with this unit.
answered 1 week, 2 days ago
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Is it "Made In The USA" ?

Where is it manufactured?
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The Fahrenheat Electric Heaters are manufactured in the USA.
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Is it safe to secure this unit to a wood stud in an outdoor bar?

Have tiki bar that we would like to heat. Want to know if this unit can be hung in the rafters and if so is it safe where it won't catch on fire?
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This heater needs to be completely protected from the elements do not install between rafters, this unit can be bolted to a wood stud with the included bracket.
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what type of thermostat control?

re: Fahrenheat Ceiling-Mount 5000 Watt Electric Heater, Model# FUH5-4

Looking for a garage heater. Can you set the thermostat to a specific degree, i.e. 50 degrees Fahrenheit?
asked 4 weeks, 1 day ago
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No, this thermostat features a low to high heat setting.
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Where is the model and serial number located on my Fahrenheat electric garage heater?

asked 7 months ago
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The model number is on the UL label located on the back of the unit above the blower, there is not a serial number for these heaters.
answered 7 months ago
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How long do these heaters last? (How long does the heating coil last in these heaters?)

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The manufacturer does not offer a time span on the heater. There would be too many variables.
answered 9 months ago
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I've had mine for 4 years now, no issues so far. Love it!
answered 7 months ago
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TDog40
 - Pavilion, NY
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Thermosat

Can a thermostat be wired into this heater?
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This Fahrenheat Ceiling-Mount 5000 Watt Electric Heater has a built-in thermostat.
answered 8 months ago
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If you have the electrical skill-set, anything can be done. The built-in thermostat is also the on/off switch. You would have to provide for that to take advantage of the heater's fan function. The fan comes on after the heating element is hot, and stops after the heating element cools down. Nice feature, like a forced air furnace.
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dflyer
 - Ray Twp, MI
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What type of thermostat can be used with this heater?

I like this heater, but I want to install it in a garage with a 13-foot ceiling (which will make it difficult to reach the control knob). I'm thinking that a thermostat would be preferred, so I don't need to pre-set the temp knob and switch it on and off at the breaker box.
asked 3 years, 9 months ago
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Northern Tool + Equipment does not offer an optional thermostat.
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Can the unit be installed in a box truck to be plugged in at the end of the day for freeze protection of machinery in the truck?

Will it survive the bumps of road travel and still work?
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This unit is not UL approved to be set up with a plug type cord. It needs to be hardwired in a permanent application.
answered 11 months ago
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do you use 10 gauge wire and a 30 amp breaker.

asked 3 years, 10 months ago
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This heater would use 10/2 on a 30 amp breaker.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
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The answer is yes on both counts. Exactly the way I connected my heater.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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amazingman
 - Michigan
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My unit says it draws 21 amps to start so I installed my with #10 3w/g - 30amp 240 volt breaker..
answered 1 year ago
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stevers
 - north carolina
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