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24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts)

SKU:2512W

Brand: Qmark

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$29.95
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$86.85 / box (3 units x $28.95)
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Specs

Color: Navajo White
BTU Output: 1365
Length (Inches): 24"
Voltage:
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120v
Wattage:
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400
Type: Baseboard Heater
Model: Qmark HBB
Height: 6.75"
Depth (Inches): 2-7/8"
Application: Electric Heating

Description for Qmark 2512W

Easily install the Qmark 2512W without disassembly with mounting holes in rear of cabinet for fast, easy installation. Designed for quiet operation. No popping and pinging normally associated with baseboards. Lead wires allow quick field connection to either end of heater. Knockouts at each end for convenient wiring. Ground wire pigtails included in each junction box. Continuous capillary tube safety thermal cutout protection in case of air flow blockage.

Built-in cable clamp provided in each junction box to restrain incoming cables without using additional hardware, enables fast, easy wiring. Navajo White enamel finish retains attractive appearance and compatible with all interior decors. Exclusive heating element design combines the durability of a steel tubular heater with the excellent heat transfer characteristics of aluminum fins.

Benefits:

  • A steel tubular heater's durability and the excellent heat transfer abilities of aluminum fins are combined into the heating element
  • Built in cable clamp included for fast and easy wiring
  • Easy out knockouts for convenient wiring and overall easy installation
  • Has a chimney fin element for maximum air circulation
  • Has a Navajo white enamel finish that blends in with most interior decor
  • Sharp corners are eliminated by rounded ends on the top and front of the unit

24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts)

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4.7

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Works great

I bought this heater to supplement heat for my stepson's bedroom as it is in the basement and gets very cold. It is working great and the complaints about seeing his breathe have ceased. ...Read complete review

I bought this heater to supplement heat for my stepson's bedroom as it is in the basement and gets very cold. It is working great and the complaints about seeing his breathe have ceased. It was easy to install. Just make sure you plan on getting a thermostat for it as temperature control does not come with it.

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This product whistles also

I spent several hours replacing the previous unit from you only to find the replacement also whistles whenever it is powered up to heat.
Bad product!!!

I spent several hours replacing the previous unit from you only to find the replacement also whistles whenever it is powered up to heat.
Bad product!!!

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4.0

SupplyHouse Solved my problem

By Remodeling Girl

from Centralia, WA

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        Comments about 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts):

        It is hard to find a 120 V baseboard heater in a 24" size, which is the largest I could manage to fit into my new bathroom under the eaves.

        It looks very easy to hook up, however, although the directions indicate that a screw at each end is adequate for a short heater, there are no pre-drilled or pre-perforated holes in the end areas. Further, the screw holes holding the covers over the electrical boxes are just slightly out of alignment and once the heater is mounted on the wall they are almost impossible to screw in.

        What should take ten minutes took an hour or more. This is a reflection of robotic assembly and thoughtless design. It would have cost nothing to add the two holes and slightly adjusted the robot to recognize that no human hands can force two pieces together the same way a machine can and have put the screws where they would work better. I ended up replacing the machine screws with sheet metal screws so that the point would get into the hole and I could pry them together.

        That said, once you get it mounted it works well and the price is right.

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        5.0

        60" 120 Volt Baseboard Heater

        By Ken

        from Portland, oregon

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              Comments about 60" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 1250 watts):

              Put the 5 footer in my living room. Works very nicely.Would buy again.

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              5.0

              Great heater at a fair price

              By Yogibear

              from Staten Island NY

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              Comments about 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts):

              Great heater for small bathroom

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              No complaints, easy hook up

              By Big Mike

              from Philly, Pa

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                    Comments about 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts):

                    Use for a small 6 by 8 bathroom in basement. Works like a charm. It'll cook you out of the room

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                    5.0

                    Good Product

                    By lucky dave

                    from Pgh Pa

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                          Comments about 60" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 1250 watts):

                          Easy to mount works well.

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                          5.0

                          Screened in porch heat

                          By DIY Installer

                          from Keller, Texas

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                                Comments about 72" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 1500 watts):

                                Installed three of these on our screened in porch so we can use it during the winter. Added a 24 volt 3P control relay and simple T-stat and they work great.

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                                5.0

                                Small but mighty

                                By Mike

                                from Midwest

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                                      Comments about 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts):

                                      This heater was easy to install, and the best thing about Supply House is their explicit installation instructions. Heater itself works well, heats up fast and thermostat cycles as expected. Highly recommend it and Supply House.

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                                      5.0

                                      Works wonders for 350 watts!

                                      By DIY Dan

                                      from Atlanta NW

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                                            Comments about 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts):

                                            I use this heater to heat up a small space of 30 square feet and it will warm up 20 degrees in 10 minutes! It all I have to do is turn the dial up and it will be producing heat in under a minute. I usually use a fan on it after I turn it off to keep blowing warm air out until the elements cool. Over all, this is an extremely well-built baseboard heater and I expect to use it for years and maybe decades to come.

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                                            5.0

                                            Nice Heater

                                            By Papala

                                            from Zionsville, IN

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                                                  Comments about 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts):

                                                  I needed a 120V heater 24" long for a chilly bathroom in the basement. None of the box stores carry the 120V model so I went to the internet. This heater works perfectly heating a 50 sqft room with 9' ceilings. Great heater, great price and great service from Pex Supply. My first experience with them and I will return as needed.

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                                                  5.0

                                                  Worked well

                                                  By Viv

                                                  from Rhode Island

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                                                        Comments about 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts):

                                                        Very Easy to install, worked awesome

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                                                        • 36" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 750 watts)

                                                          Q:

                                                          Can one use a wall mounted thermostat instead of the one offered to go with this unit. Like a Honeywell wall mount heat only thermostat.
                                                          Asked on 7/20/2014 by John from Cheraw South Carolina

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                                                            A:

                                                            Certainly. The power from the wall mounted thermostat would connect directly to the heating elements, bypassing the built in thermostat
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                                                            Answered on 7/22/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                            A:

                                                            There are many wall-mount thermostats that would work with this heater. A Honeywell TL8130A1005 and a Lux PSPLV512 may be worth looking at if you want a digital/programmable thermostat.

                                                            Answered on 7/23/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
                                                        • 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts)

                                                          Q:

                                                          I have limited space. Can this unit be installed vertically instead of horizontally?
                                                          Asked on 6/21/2014 by DIYer from Roosevelt, UT

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                                                        • 48" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 1000 watts)

                                                          Q:

                                                          I want to use 5 of these heaters (in different sizes) in a basement remodel. Can I hook them all up to a single Honeywell wireless thermostat, or do I have to use a separate thermostat for each unit?
                                                          Asked on 3/17/2014 by Dan from PROVIDENCE, RI

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                                                            A:

                                                            You may be able too, but watch for total number of watts and wire size. I
                                                            think I would consult with electrician to make sure.

                                                            Answered on 3/17/2014 by Anonymous
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                                                            The amperage rating of the thermostat must exceed the combined amp draw of the heaters.

                                                            Answered on 3/19/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
                                                        • 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts)

                                                          Q:

                                                          I need a unit mount thermostat. Should I buy single post thermostat or double post for this heater?
                                                          Asked on 6/28/2013 by David from Chicago

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                                                            A:

                                                            You should typically use a single-pole thermostat with a 120-volt baseboard.

                                                            Answered on 6/28/2013 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                        • 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts)

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                                                          what size room will it heat
                                                          Asked on 9/9/2012 by dick from milledgeville, ga

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                                                            A:

                                                            This unit (part 2512W) can provide 1,365 BTUs. The answer to your question really depends on how many BTUs the room needs, which varies depending on location and insulation quality.

                                                            Answered on 9/11/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                                                            It should heat a 10 x 14 room pretty good.
                                                            I use a 4' in the same size room and it will run you out of the room.

                                                            Answered on 9/12/2012 by Anonymous
                                                        • 72" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 1500 watts)

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                                                          What is an average monthly cost for using one of the six feet units?
                                                          Asked on 8/6/2012 by Oz from chesapeake, Va.

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                                                            A:

                                                            Operating cost is affected by hours of operation and the wattage of unit. If you take the wattage of the unit multiply by the hours of usage. Then divide by 1000 (W/Kw). This will give the cost of electiricty.

                                                            Answered on 8/7/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                        • 24" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 400 watts)

                                                          Q:

                                                          How hard are these to install? I have a tenant apartment without a heater. I would like to get rid of the portable heaters and install these instead.
                                                          Asked on 4/30/2012 by Kamran from San Francisco

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                                                            A:

                                                            Baseboard heaters are very easy to mount and are pretty simple to
                                                            wire. It is best to have a dedicated circuit.

                                                            Answered on 4/30/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                                            A:

                                                            Very easy to install. Need line 120volt 20 amp from main panel
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                                                            Answered on 5/1/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                                                            A:

                                                            Installing these heaters requires significant knowledge of electrical wiring.

                                                            Answered on 5/1/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                        • 48" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 1000 watts)

                                                          Q:

                                                          Does the optional thermostat go on the heater itself?
                                                          Asked on 11/16/2011 by Anonymous

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                                                            A:

                                                            Yes, Qmark makes a thermostat that mounts directly to the heater.

                                                            Answered on 11/23/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                        • 72" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 1500 watts)

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                                                          For this heater, what thermostat do I need. I am getting 4 heaters and I want them all to be individually controlled. The other 3 heaters will be 2' or 3'
                                                          Asked on 10/24/2011 by Anonymous from Blue Ridge, Ga.

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                                                            A:

                                                            Qmark offers the TA1AW and TA2AW to use with this baseboard.

                                                            Answered on 11/15/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                                                        • 48" Electric Baseboard Heater (120 volts - 1000 watts)

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                                                          does this unit require a 220 line
                                                          Asked on 10/19/2011 by dumb owner from fountain hill pa

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                                                            A:

                                                            This unit is rated for 120 volts.

                                                            Answered on 11/15/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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