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Cadet Apex72 HW128 208V, 1200W Electric Wall Heater Assembly Only

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  • Heats up to 175 square feet
  • Includes high-temperature safety shutoff feature
  • Proudly made in the USA, with a 5-year warranty

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Cadet Apex72 HW128 208V, 1200W Electric Wall Heater Assembly Only

Bring warmth to your room without sacrificing living space. Our new Apex72 high wall heater is installed high on your wall, so you're free to place furniture where you like, and the heater is out of reach for little hands. The quiet fan efficiently spreads the comfort of warm air throughout the entire room.

 

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  • Model: HW128
  • UPC: 027418653093
  • Product Type: 208V 1200W Wall Heater
  • Product Dimensions: L: 12.00" x W: 4.00" x H: 8.00"
  • Product Weight: 4.00 lbs.
  • Product Color: Black
  • Type: Wall Heater Assembly Only
  • Coverage Area: 175 square feet
  • Voltage: 208 volts
  • Watts: 1200 watts
  • Amps: 5.8 amps
  • Easy to install orient ring assists in a level, flush installation of wall can, sold separately
  • Higher placement is ideal for homes with kids or pets
  • Low maintenance: recommended cleaning every 24 months, compared with six months for most wall heaters
  • The Apex72 electric wall heater is hard-wired at 208 volts, and recess mounts into your wall
  • This heater must be installed at least 72 inches above the floor and 10 inches away from the ceiling and adjacent walls
  • With no ductwork required, the Apex72 is an ideal way to add warmth to a cold room or as a back- up heat source for mini-splits and heat pumps

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