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Cadet 24 in. 350 Watt 240/208 Volt Electric Baseboard Heater White

The Cadet Electric Baseboard heater utilizes convection to circulate air and provide efficient warmth. Typically installed under a window, the cool air falls from the window area as the warm air rises from the heater, causing the air to tumble gently throughout your room. The quiet operation and low cost installation make it a perfect choice for a bedroom or nursery. Rugged steel construction, with powder coated paint for a durable, premium finish. Installation is easy with a pre-punched case at 1 in. intervals, and wiring is available at either end. A thermostat is required.
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Is this heater available with a built in Thermostat?

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Nikelct1
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October 9, 2013
We are replacing current units with the thermostat dial on the heater, not mounted or wired in the wall.
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Kennesaw, GA
October 9, 2013
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, we do not stock this item with a built-in thermostat. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Vancouver, WA
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October 9, 2013
You can purchase a built-in thermostat for the Cadet electric baseboard heater. Below is a link to the optional built-in thermostat and an installation video.

Built-in thermostat:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Cadet-Double-Pole-Electric-Baseboard-Mount-Mechanical-Thermostat-White-BTF2W/100023275#.UlXosFTn-Uk
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Is this a plug in model or is it hard wired?

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Verona, NJ
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October 5, 2012
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CadetCustomerSupport
Vancouver, WA
October 8, 2012
Hello and thank you for your question. Your interest is very much appreciated.

The Cadet electric baseboard heaters are permanent mount units that screw into the wood studs in the wall behind the heater. Depending on the model, they are connected or 'hard wired', to either a 120 or 240 volt electrical power supply line. On page 3 of the below link to the instruction guide, you will be able to see where the wire connections are made inside the junction boxes:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/7e/7ed24a24-7ecd-4fbd-aec6-5bc30ccb0f9e.pdf

We've also included a link to a video which details the installation process, and how to connect the various types of thermostat options from which you can choose.

Thanks again for taking time to ask a question.
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is abaseboard mount ok for a very small bathroom? or use a wall mount?

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beaver falls pa
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November 28, 2012
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Vancouver, WA
November 28, 2012
Hello and thank you for the great question!

Sometimes it's a hard decison to make, whether to choose a baseboard or a fan. A bathroom only needs a small amount of heat, but a fan-forced unit is better because it heats up much faster. In most bathrooms there is a very limited amount of wall space, and often it's hard to find a 2' length or area where a baseboard can be installed.

A small baseboard will work fine if you have the space, but will take longer to heat up. We recommend around 1000 watts for a bathroom in a fan-forced unit that can heat up right away. The related item below is the Cadet Com-Pak Bath heater and it also incudes a timer.

As a manufacturer, we appreciate your interest and taking the time to ask!
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I am going to put this in a 4' by 6' area outside of a shower stall. Will this unit heat that area quickly or do I need a larger unit?

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Traverse City, MI
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Vancouver, WA
March 4, 2013
For the bathroom, Cadet recommends a wall fan heater instead of a baseboard heater because fan heaters provide instant warmth. The ideal heaters for the bathroom are the Cadet Com-Pak Bath or The Energy Plus. We have provided links below for your convenience.
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convection heater with thermostat Cadet 500 watt 120 volt

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barbara
lake monticello virginia
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September 27, 2013
I want to keep the bathroom heater on 24/7 during the winter. Will the 24" with the thermostat do this? My bathroom is rectangular 5' x 10'.
Can it be installed at the baseboard next to the shower? (not under the window)
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Vancouver, WA
September 27, 2013
The heater will remain on until the temperature reaches what is set at the thermostat. We recommend you choose an electronic wall thermostat because they are very accurate. This heater should provide enough wattage to heat a room that is 50 square feet (5X10). When installing this heater in your bathroom, make sure that you keep the minimum clearances recommended which are: 12 inches in front and above heater and 6 inches to either side.
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I wanted to install a thermostat to this heater. Is model #BTF2W, Cadet Double-Pole Thermostat compatible with this heater?

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Vancouver, WA
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March 31, 2014
Yes this thermostat is compatible with this heater.
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