Qmark LFK404 Fan-Forced Wall Heater - LFK Series Navajo White

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Qmark LFK404 Fan-Forced Wall Heater - LFK Series Navajo White
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Product Description

Qmark LFK Large Fan-Forced Heaters LFK404 QMark's high-capacity, heavy-duty fan-forced wall heaters are designed for use almost anywhere in residential, commercial or industrial areas requiring electric fan forced heaters in 2000 to 4800 watt capacities. They perform exceptionally well in such applications as motels, entryways, playrooms, basements, workshops, garages, stores and similar large areas. High Capacity - Up to 4800 watts Three piece design Northern white louvered cover Two pole thermostat Built-in thermal cutout, fan delay Do not install heater closer than 8" from floor or adjacent wall surface, behind towel rack or door, upside down or side up, in floor, ceiling or closet.

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #326973 in Home
  • Brand: Qmark
  • Model: QM LFK404
  • Dimensions: 5.50" h x 16.00" w x 19.00" l, 22.00 pounds


  • Finish Navajo White
  • Phase 1

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5Qmark LFK404 wall heater
By home handy man
It came regular shipping in just a few days -just as promised. The instructions were clear except it didn't specify the wire required or breaker size. 240 volts (16.67 amps) You could probably use 12 gauge- 20 amp, but I used 10 gauge 30 amp- to exceed the 80% limit factor on the breaker. It is about as quiet as a regular fan forced plug in portable heater- but puts out alot more heat. (It wouldn't burn anything around it though.) It was easy to install- I surface mounted it to a block wall- and made a frame to cover the unpainted housing- out of white plastic lumber. (cheaper than going to another site to buy the $60 surface mount-frame kit). Appears to have quality parts. The grill is white and neat looking. I almost bought the 3000 watt unit - but I am happy with this 4000 watt one.

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