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Qmark Digital Portable Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater - LFH1502P- 120 volts / 1500 watts

Part Number LFH1502P
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Qmark Digital Portable Hydronic Electric Baseboard Heater - LFH1502P- 120 volts / 1500 watts
Qmark LFH1502P Portable Baseboard Heater
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Unique Portable Heater With Proportional Control
  • 120 Volts - 1500 Watts - 12.5 Amps 
  • Electronic Digital Display
  • Five Levels Of Heat Output
  • On/Off Switch With ON Pilot Light and Tip Over Switch
  • High Temperature Cutout With Automatic Shut Off
  • Inlet and Outlet Grille Protection
  • Support Legs Blend With Metal Housing
  • Dimensions: 52" Long x 9 1/2" High x 4" Wide
  • Cord & Plug are on the right rear, as one faces the front of the heater

Rating CEO
The heater I received was damaged in transit. I contacted the company and Ann worked with me to achieve a fair and very satisfactory solution. I am quite pleased with the customer service. I have not had the product long enough to determine its quality but if it is anything like the company's response I am certain it will be fabulous.
  Reviewed by:   from Powell, Ohio. on 9/14/2016
Rating Qmark / Marley Digital portable Hydronic electric baseboard heater - LFH1502P
I have been using this portable hydronic baseboard heater for 1.5 years and saves me $60 per month during winter season. I use it as a supplement heater in addition to a centralized gas fired forced air heater. But once the room temperature reached 70F, I use the portable heater set at 72 to maintain my entire one bedroom home apartment at a comfortable 71F. At 15 cents per kilowatt hours of electricity, this is cheaper than the 99 cents per thermal units of gas or more during the winter season.
  Reviewed by:   from Staten Island, NY. on 12/3/2011
Rating terrific product
Works well; heats my garage - prompt shipping; nice people
  Reviewed by:   from new jersey. on 11/21/2011

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