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Dyna-Glo EG7500DH Dual Heat 7500W Electric Garage Heater, Black

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Dyna-Glo EG7500DH Dual Heat 7500W Electric Garage Heater, Black

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Product description

The Dyna-Glo Dual Heat 7500W Electric Garage Heater is the ideal heating solution for your garage, warehouse, or workshop. This unit includes multiple heat and timer settings as well as a 'fan only' setting, all easily controlled by remote control and displayed on the LED touch screen. The heater provides 17, 060 and 25, 589 BTUs while efficiently heating areas up 750 sq. ft. To ensure safety this heater was designed with overheat protection and a caution indicator light.

Dyna-Glo EG7500DH Dual Heat 7500W Electric Garage Heater, Black

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