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Dayton 3VU36 Electric Heater With Thermostat

by Dayton

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  • ASIN: B0001GKXG4
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,369,578 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By rbenny on December 11, 2006
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Claims of 19,000 BTU are greatly exaggerated. My garage is 400 sq ft and has 240v service. A $40 Home Depot heater does almost as good a job. Two $40 Home Depot heaters do a much better job than the L5600. This heater would probably do 150 sq ft easily. 200+ sq ft might be a stretch if it's in a cold area. I'm surprised Dayton would put their name on this heater.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By James E. Oliver Jr. on December 7, 2007
I Purchased a #L5600 heater from Air & Water, instead model #3VU36
was sent. I checked the specs on the heater, which indicated
19,000 BTU's, for the 3VU36. It looks like Dayton upgraded the 3VU36 model
from 15,000 BTU's to 19,000 BTU's. Last winter I used two vornado
heaters to heat my garage. Please note that if you use two
1500 watt 110 volt heaters (in my case Vornado's) on the same circuit you
will probably have problems with the circuit breaker tripping. Also my electrical sub panel would get hot. I have also used a Reddy Heat 35,000 BTU propane heater to heat my garage.The reddy Heat propane heater is almost as loud as a Jet Engine. OK so on one hand the Dayton heater is noisier than a Vornado, and does not heat as fast as a propane heater. On the other hand the Dayton heater is quiter than a propane heater,(and does not burn up oxygen like a propane heater) and will heat an area faster than two Vornado's (which by the way, two heaters will beat up on your houses electrical wiring). All in all I am very Happy with the performance of my Dayton heater, my sub panel now gets warm instead of hot. Air circulation is better than a Vornado, and my Dayton heater heats my garage ALMOST as fast as a Propane heater. I would recommend this heater.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sal on April 7, 2012
Bought this heater and all works great , but on hitting the wall the simple little thermostat broke. My problem is Dayton, grainger, etc. does not have the parts for this unit..If u find it for me, ill give u 10 bucks..They say they dont offer parts for this unit..So im stuck modifying it..BS!!!!!
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