Cadet UC101B Perfectoe 1000W Space Heater

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Perfectoe Kick Space Heater, 120V/1000W, CFM: 53, Color: Black. Includes: Can, Grill. *Cadet Part # 10032*

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Mfr / Brand Cadet

Mfr Part # UC101B

Rexel Part # 310736

UPC 027418100320

UNSPSC 40101819

Color Black

Type Heater

Volts AC 120

Wattage 1000

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Cadet UC101B Perfectoe 1000W Space Heater is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love our Perfectoe Heaters? In 2013-2014 we built a new home. We wanted this home to be 100% right. While our previous homes all had central heat in the bathrooms there were always a few winter mornings that were cold because of the uneveness of central heat. We wanted the Perfecttoe heaters to be a supplemental source of heat in the bathrooms. We wanted somehthing we could turn on and take that chill out of the bathrooms. Winter of 2014 in New England was another record setter. We are so happy we installed Perfectoe heaters in all 3 bathrooms. We installed them with timer switches. They are the perfect addition to the bathrooms and have done exactly what we wanted them to do. We love them!
Date published: 2015-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works OK Kick panel heater works OK for year by now. It does what it supposed to do with few problem areas to mention. First sometimes temperature safety kicks in and needs to be reset without any apparent reason. Second sometimes it is gets noisy with vibrations of the body especially front cover. Obviously two front screws are checked and tight, but still it produces buzz. It seems it gets in to resonance frequency with rotating motor. Touching it with foot stops buzzing. It seems only two screws for louvered front panel is not adequate. Last is the motor came from factory basically dry with no oil in the bearings. It started produce noise once turned on immediately. It is easy to solve though. These motors are low load, low power require relatively thin oil film. Any non-detergent (non automotive) oil with viscosity of 5-10 should work. I used non-detergent synthetic polyol based 5W HVAC oil with high heat tolerance. Motor noise was gone right away. Not sure how often it will need to be done though. If bearings are made from porous bronze (if they are correctly made?) it should last years. Do not over-oil though as dust and dirt goes through heater and it will accumulate on sticky oil. All in all product is good, but it feels like half-made, so you have to work with your children on weekend to finish design and complete it to perfection.
Date published: 2015-03-27
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