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Old 12-07-2015, 05:34 AM   #41
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we've been very pleased with our Dyson, actually surprised on how great a job it really does. We had purchased a rebuilt unit, it arrived and would not run, called Dyson and they replaced it with a brand new unit, and I would like to add with outstanding customer service
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I use the Dyson hot+cool in the winter for heat & fan in the summer. I've been pleased with it.

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I've found the ceramic heaters blow hotter air probably because the coiled wire type are cooled off by the fan. I use two or three spread through the trailer. I have wintered in Oklahoma using nothing else.
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This is what I use. The Broan is small, metal, reasonably quiet and puts out as much heat as any 1500 watt heater. The price will not break the bank.
We tried a oil radiator type and a 1500 radiant heater, but did not do the job.

My Broan is awesome. it will heat the dining,living, and back to the shower door in our 28'As because the fan really moves the air.
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