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Fix Number FIX11740613
Manufacturer Part Number WP285655This hose clamp is sold individually.
Fixes these symptoms
- Will not drain
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Jacob from Center, TX
The drain hose had a hole in it and needed to be replacedRemoved the lower front panel, disconnected the hose and replaced it with the new one, then replace the panel. The most dificult part was getting my old self on the floor and unscrewing the panel nuts. Read more...
Fix Number FIX10432437
Manufacturer Part Number S99271494
Fix Number FIX12098594
Manufacturer Part Number S97020888This is an OEM heating element for use with ventilation fans and ceiling heaters. Some units allow you to turn the heating function on or off. They are most commonly found in bathrooms to help heat the room. For this repair, you will start by removing the fan cover, disconnect the wire, and remove the nuts. You will then be able to pull the heating element fan housing out, remove the screws, and remove the heating element. The installation of the new part is conducted in the reverse order.
Loretta from BRIGHTON, CO
Heater element went outTook off light cover took out heater blower and heat element. Replaced heat element and put all back together Read more...
Fix Number FIX10311799
Manufacturer Part Number 5510001000
Fix Number FIX10431960
Manufacturer Part Number S53740000
Fix Number FIX10432375
Manufacturer Part Number S99080592
Fix Number FIX10313012
Manufacturer Part Number 7308205800
Gary from PALO ALTO, CA
Foot with wheels on my oil/electric heater was brokenU-bolt held on broken foot bracket. Removed the one nut that was holding the old foot on and replaced it with the new foot bracket (which includes the wheels), and fastened it on with u-bolt and nut. Couldn't be simpler -- don't know why I waited so long to fix it. Read more...
Fix Number FIX10469007
Manufacturer Part Number 70-054-0100This part is sourced directly from Pro Temp and is an OEM approved replacement part for certain Kerosene/Diesel Forced Air Heaters manufactured by Pro Temp, Heat Hog, Heat Stream, and Master. For full compatibility, please see the "Model Cross Reference List" below. The filter is responsible for preventing dust and debris from entering and damaging the motor assembly. These filters must be changed with regular use; we recommend replacing them every 6 months to 1 year, depending on the frequency of use. If your heater begins to perform poorly, it likely is time to change the filters. Kits are sold individually, and each kit contains the intake, output, and lint filters.
Fix Number FIX10432533
Manufacturer Part Number SNT5901A000This is a blower wheel, which also includes the clip needed to install it. This authentic OEM blower wheel is the components that spins inside the fan housing, to produce airflow. It is made of a durable plastic and is pressed onto the shaft of the mower. The bottom (closed side) of the wheel has an outer diameter of approximately 5-3/4 inches. The top (open side) of the wheel has an approximate outside diameter of 6-3/16-inches. It is about 2-inches tall and is compatible with a 1/4-inch shaft. When viewing it from the open side, it rotates in a clockwise direction.
Fix Number FIX10368922
Manufacturer Part Number T20242This is an authentic OEM replacement part. This filter cartridge is commonly used in space heaters and construction heaters. This filter helps eliminate dust, dirt, and debris before it travels through your equipment. A clean filter will help keep your heater running smoothly, which is why you should check it often and replace it as needed. This filter cartridge is sold individually.