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Lasko 754200 Ceramic Heater with Adjustable Thermostat
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- ETL listed
- 1500-watt high setting, 900-watt low setting, and fan-only option
- Manual controls; self-regulating ceramic element; quiet operation
- Automatic overheat protection for safety; convenient carrying handle
- Actual product measures 5.75" X 7" x 9.2"
- Adjustable Thermostat Control for Personalized Comfort
- 3 Quiet Settings: High Heat, Low Heat, Fan Only
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Lasko Ceramic Heater with Adjustable Thermostat, Model CD09250
Safe Ceramic Comfort for Your Home
With 1500 watts of comforting warmth, this small-but-mighty heater will take the chill out of your room. Comes fully-assembled with a 3-year limited warranty.
Save on Overall Heating Costs
Use a portable heater to warm the room you're in and lower your whole-house thermostat. This can also reduce wear and tear on your main heating system.
Ceramic Safe Heat: The Lasko Ceramic Heater Advantage
- Ceramic element is self-regulating for enhanced safety
- Lasko heaters provide the maximum heat at 1500 watts
- Additional safety with automatic overheat protection
- Lasko ceramic heaters are warm and comforting
Easy to Use Controls
Set the adjustable thermostat to your desired temperature or select from 3 quiet settings-high heat, low heat, or fan only.
Features a safe ceramic element, overheat protection, and cool-touch exterior. Not for use in bathrooms or other high humidity spaces.
Warmth Where You Need It
Built-in carry handle allows for easy relocation. Just plug directly into an outlet and get cozy.
Lasko #754200 and CD09250 heaters offer powerful heat in a small package suitable for under a desk or even table-top. 3 quiet settings: high heat, low heat, fan only. Measures 5.75 x 7 x 9 inches. Lasko means quality and comfort.
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|Item Dimensions||7.45 x 6.65 x 10 in||6 x 7 x 9.2 in||7.51 x 5.91 x 9.45 in||6 x 6 x 7.65 in||10.98 x 5 x 20 in||3.8 x 4.3 x 6.1 in|
|Item Weight||4 lbs||4.5 lbs||2.86 lbs||—||3.99 lbs||1.6 lbs|
|Wattage||1||1,500 watts||1,500 watts||1,500 watts||1,500 watts||200 watts|
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I actually do use this heater in a larger room, as the only heat source in my living room is a 4500 watt wall heater (almost $1/hour to run here) pointed directly at my TV. I put this heater on an elevated lamp/table next to my couch pointed directly at the people sitting there. Even on the low setting it keeps people on the couch toasty warm, and does a decent job of warming the entire room.
The heater has a low setting (900w), a high setting (1500w), and a thermostat (though it doesn't have actual temperatures). It also has an auto-shut off if it overheats, but does not have tipover protection.
One important thing to remember is that you shouldn't really have anything else plugged into the outlet, as you run a high risk of either tripping the breaker or starting a fire. Both jacks on a wall outlet combined are often 1800w (if wired correctly), so that doesn't leave a lot of wiggle room when this heater is set to high. Also keep in mind that its lifespan will be shortened when exposed to steam in a bathroom (which tons of people are using this heater for, then complaining when it breaks). Anyone complaining here that it damaged their power strip is lucky they didn't burn their house down in ignorance. Most extension cords are not rated to carry the power this heater draws, which is why Lasko says not to use one.
One major gripe I have is that this heater was definitely refurbished, though I paid full price for a new one. It came in a brown box, not a retail box like other reviewers have shared. There are other reviewers who have noted getting their heater in a brown box as well. There is also cosmetic damage on multiple parts of the heater. In addition, the back of my heater does not look like other reviewers. The black plastic is shaped much differently on mine.
Despite it being refurbished, the heater draws the amount of power I'd expect it to and works very well for its size (it's possibly the smallest 1500w heater I've seen, yet creates a ton of heat). It's pretty affordable so I don't think I'll need to return it for a brand new one, but it's definitely not quite honest to sell it as "new" when tons of reviewers are getting refurbished units.
EDIT: Crapped out in less than 4 months. I guess just make sure you get it in the original packaging - the brown box ones do not seem to last long.
So far, it can raise the temperature in my room from 68 F to about 80 F (and probably get higher if I didn't get too hot) in about an hour in my small to medium sized room on the higher settings. On the lower settings it keeps the room at about 76 F and can be adjusted accordingly.
I loved this heater, until one day when I looked at the side of the heater, I see it melted itself (see attached pictures) a little. This has not impacted functionality but I had only used the heater for about 4-6 nights over 3 weeks, on the 4th - 6th lowest setting and maybe one night (the first night) on the highest setting. The melted side has made me concerned about the build quality of the particular product I received as only one side has been affected and not the other. Luckily I had contacted the seller and they agreed to refund me the price without returning the product.
I do really like my Lasko heater and it works wonderful for its price. I feel that maybe I just happened to have bad luck and got a bad one, so I would definitely pick up another one if this one kicks the bucket.
Recently purchased one for a relative, found their quality to seriously be wanting. First unit had a broken fan mount. Second unit burned out its switch in under two weeks.
That's two dead units, I'm not about to try a third time.
The light was on, and I could hear the thermostat mechanism engage when I adjusted the temperature setting, but no fan and no heating element response.
Unplugged, replugged, flipped the dials in all combinations... Nothing. The internet said their fan clogged with dust, disabling the blower, so I gave it a shot. (spoiler:) Turns out this was in fact the culprit. It looked like someone had transplanted a month's worth of dryer lint to the back of the heating element. It peeled off in one sheet.
The fan housing uses what's called a "spanner screw" for 2 of the 4 corners. Imagine a flathead screw with a dot of metal in the middle so a normal screw driver won't fit into it. My solution: find a flat-head screw driver and use a rotary tool with a cutting disc to cut out the middle of the tip of the screwdriver so it can fit into the spanner screw. Took only a few seconds. You can use a file, but it might take longer. See drawing below:
Pull apart the housing and you'll see the heating element has 4 plastic retainer clips that hold it in place. You'll need to access the rear of it for cleaning, so bend these back as you lift the heating element out. Clean the back of the element and any loose dust throughout the housing, replace parts in reverse order, throw the 2 spanner screws away, and use the 2 normal screws in opposite corners to make next time easier.
Nice little safety feature to keep the clogged element from catching fire, but not sure why need need for the safety-spanner screw. Anyway, hope someone finds this useful.
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Only issue is it does not turn down the heat,keeps giving same heat no matter what settings is used !