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Comfort Zone Infrared Quartz Heater - 3413 BTU, 1000 Watts, Model# 125093

Item# 20442
This Comfort Zone Infrared Quartz Heater is powerful enough to heat up to a 1000 square foot area yet safe enough to use around children and pets. Whisper-quiet performance makes it suitable for any room. Product Style Portable, Product Type Forced air, Amps 12.5, Blower Included Yes, BTU Output 3,413, Plug Type 3-prong, Power Cord ft. 6, Remote Included Yes, Thermal Cutoff Safety Device Yes, Volts 120, Watts 1,000, Thermostat Included Yes, Tip-Over Safety Switch Yes, Dimensions W x D x H in. 11 x 12 5/8 x 13 11/16, Heating Capability sq. ft. 1,000. Three infrared quartz tubes produce powerful heat Fan-forced operation Digital thermostat with backlit LCD display Lifetime washable intake air filter Long-lasting galvanized interior heat chamber Safety temperature overheat and tip-over power cutoff switches Four powerful elements Whisper quiet operation Digital thermostat with 59 - 86 range Durable stay-cool cabinet Safe around children and pets Full-function remote control Works with all standard wall outlets
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Questions & Answers for Comfort Zone Infrared Quartz Heater - 3413 BTU, 1000 Watts, Model# 125093

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does use oil?

Does this unit use oil or is it just plug in and go?
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This Comfort Zone Infrared Quartz Heater does not use oil. This heater will run on 120 volts.
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can this heater be left running

We are looking for a backup heater to leave at our cabin in case our propane stove fails (again) to ensure that our pipes don't freeze. Can this heater be left on indefinitely or does it have a timer that needs to be reset (we need to leave it on low temperature for up to two weeks at a time.)
asked 7 months ago
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The Comfort Zone Heater Is a portable heater that can not be left unattended for safety reasons. The lowest heat setting that the heater can be set at is 59 degrees.
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What is the cabinet made of?

Metal ? Plastic ? wood ?
asked 8 months ago
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Denno136
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The cabinet on the Comfort Zone Heater is manufactured from solid wood.
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When the heater reachs the temperture set, will the heater and fan shut off?

I'll take a yes or no for the answer, not a statement that won't answer the question.
asked 8 months ago
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Joey3759
 - Poconos
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Once power is off, heating elements will stop working first. Fan
will continue working for up to 3 minutes to dispense residual
heat inside the heater.
answered 8 months ago
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I see some infared heaters are forced air, like this one, and others are radiant heaters. What is the difference?

asked 10 months ago
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Both infrared and radiant heaters heat like the sun. They heat the objects in the room and those objects then radiate heat to the air.
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Can this unit be runned on a 10 gauge extension cord through a gas driven generator.

asked 10 months ago
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Frank444
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This heater can run on a 10 gauge extension cord through a generator as long as your generator is capable of handling 1000 watts and has a 120 volt receptacle with 20 amps.
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yes
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ron1945
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Are the elements ptc elements?

asked 1 year, 4 months ago
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blondebettyboop
 - mayberry nc
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The elements are cooper heat exchanger.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
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How many kilowatts per hour does this heater use?

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blondebettyboop
 - mayberry nc
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The manufacturer does not have a listing of what kilowatts the heater is rated at.
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Which setting do I put this heater on? There are 3 . one looks like a tree, one looks like the sun, and one looks like a circle.What do these stand fo

asked 1 year, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
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This Comfort Zone Infrared Quartz Heater comes with a digital readout that show what the temperature setting is. To the right of the is the signal-receiving window: for receiving remote control signal. Below that is the timer indication light and below that is the timer button. To the left of the timer button is the is the temperature up and down buttons. The orange button is the on and off button. Above the power button is the power indication button. Fahrenheit and Celsius button to alternate between Fahrenheit and Celsius. The two lights next to this button show if Fahrenheit or Celsius is selected.. This information is better detailed in the product manual listed for this item.
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how accurate is the thermostat?

asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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ernievee
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The thermostat on the unit could vary 1 or 2 degrees. This thermostat might not show the same as your wall thermostat as it depends on the location of the wall thermostat and any drafts that could effect each thermostat.
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