OceanAire HPG15B-M Warmwave Ceramic Heater (Electric Heater, Space Heater, Portable Heater)
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- Compact heater fan with two heat settings
- Adjustable thermostat and mechanical controls
- Overheat protection
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Warmwave ceramic heater / space heater
Warmwave 1500-Watt Ceramic Electric Portable Heater
Great bedroom heater, living room heater, garage heater, office heater
The WARMWAVE 1500-Watt Ceramic Heater features variable heat settings and an adjustable thermostat to provide and maintain your desired temperature in spaces measuring up to 150 square feet. The compact design and black case coordinate with different room and decor styles, and the 2 control knobs are easy to use.
- 1500-Watt heater at 120-Volts creates heat to warm a variety of spaces
- 150 sq. ft. heating area capacity is ideal for heating a bedroom
- Variable heat settings to meet different heat needs
- Built-in, adjustable thermostat to maintain your desired temperature
- 2 control knobs are easy to operate
- Durable ceramic element for long life
- Compact black case blends in with a variety of decor styles
- CSA and ETL listed for safety
Top Customer Reviews
Eventually the fan will seize and the motor which is attempting to make it spin will burn up and smell horrible.
I would spend several minutes each time I turned it on shaking the heater to free the fan bearings and then carefully setting it down to try and avoid having the fan seize.
Then this morning I turned it on and nothing... no fan, no heat, no signs of life at all.
The light on top of the unit that indicates it is powered on does not even light. It is simply dead.
The manual states that if the heater does not work to "follow the reset instructions"
One problem, the manual never actually tells you what the reset instructions are!
I called the customer support number in the manual and they didn't know what the reset procedure was either, maybe there isn't one? They asked me "Did you try to take it back?" Wow, that never would have occurred to me... verdict on customer support "NOT HELPFUL"
In Summary, I spent twenty bucks... had to massage this thing every time I wanted to use it... it only lasted 4 days. Don't throw your money away.
I bought this a couple of years ago, have it in my home office, only used it occasionally on exceptionally cold evenings. Worked OK for a while but would cut out inexplicably after an hour or so. Finally quit cold yesterday, red light would flash a time or two as I changed the switch position, but even that quit after a few twists. Today I opened it up to see if I could spot a problem. I thought it might be the temperature sensor as the temperature control never seemed to be at all effective, but I found the problem just tweaking the wires to the switch, the wire carrying the 120v came right out of the switch and it was brittle and badly burned. I removed the switch and dismantled it to see if I could fix the bad contact, but it was beyond repair, the contact had burned away, luckily without causing a fire. When I examined the switch I noted it is rated at 6 A at 120Vac. The heater is rated 1500W. 1500 watts at 120Vac draws 12.5A so this switch is totally inadequate for this application. If you have one of these heaters I suggest you DISCARD IT IMMEDIATELY. Cut off the line cord before you toss the heater in the recycling so nobody can be tempted to salvage it and use it
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I only used it 3 or 4 times. It worked pretty well. One day, it just stopped working. There is no red light or anything.Published 23 months ago by A. Jones
Wire runs next to heater coil, will heat up wire possibly shorting the life of part. I do not like thus product,plastic construction,Published on January 13, 2014 by Tabitha Larrauri
Have had it for the past 3 years and is one of the best investments I've ever made. Heats my room up very quickly and is safe. Is also a great size. Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by carol cruze
Seemed ok at first, worked fine for a few hours when set at the low heat setting and about 1/2 thermostat control. Read morePublished on December 7, 2013 by Matthew Vaughan