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Very bad reviews on walmart.com:

Comfort Zone Doesn't Recognize This Product
12/20/2017
Average rating:1out of5stars, based onreviews
by ShiveringInOhio
I bought this product in November 2017. Thought it would be good to heat the office above the garage to work during the day. Right from the start it was suspicious. I thought I was misunderstanding the manual because the timer increments do not show like illustrated in the manual. I would turn it on and the temperature default is 72 degrees but it would still overheat the room by never turning off. When I adjusted the thermostat it turned off, period. I've been trying to learn it. Now, it turns on 3-5 minutes and then turns off. The light just blinks, but the manual doesn't mention anything about a blinking light or what it could mean. I've gone to the comfortzone-us website to find out and typed in this model # cz2017wm... it says no results found. I'm returning it. What a waste. I would not recommend this product or any other Comfort zone products since they do not recognize manufacturing their own products.
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Run if it's CZ2017WM model!
3/27/2018
Average rating:1out of5stars, based onreviews
by Monica
I bought this heater hoping it would save money, well it goes off and doesn't go back on unless I unplug it. I keep getting a E-1 code, but the Manual does not have any codes in it to tell me what it means. Also the Comfort Zone website says that there are no results for this model. I have the same model as one other customer, Model no. CZ2017WM, where he said he was have the same kinda problem. There is no troubleshooting for this product. I am sad, it was not cheap!
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Don't waste your money
12/19/2017
Average rating:1out of5stars, based onreviews
by Dog26
It worked for two week and now it just turns it self off so in the middle of the night you freeze
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Easy to use
3/31/2018
Average rating:4out of5stars, based onreviews
by AutumnMom
Love being able to do easy adjustments and isn't too loud. Only issue is that every two minutes it shuts off and makes a clicking sound then turns back on with another clicking sound so it is a little annoying.
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I wish I would have looked for more but I price
12/21/2017
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by Bobh
The digital read out is not even close to the room temperature I have to set it on 50 degrees for it to stop when the room is 75 degrees
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5.00 each on clearance at my local Walmart today.

May go lower yet Smilie
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Had a Mainstays radiator that was a knockoff Pelonis even almost down to the model number. Same problem. Thermostat wouldn't shut off the heater. would overheat the room
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$7 or lower in stores
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At Bed Bath Beyond saw a stack of boxes of taller tower-style heaters. The boxes had "DIGITAL heater" with the word digital the largest word on the box by far. Is digital heat warmer than analog heat?
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At Bed Bath Beyond saw a stack of boxes of taller tower-style heaters. The boxes had "DIGITAL heater" with the word digital the largest word on the box by far. Is digital heat warmer than analog heat?
Perhaps.
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At Bed Bath Beyond saw a stack of boxes of taller tower-style heaters. The boxes had "DIGITAL heater" with the word digital the largest word on the box by far. Is digital heat warmer than analog heat?
Digital heater tends to overheat, you need to buy a heater liquid cooler to cool it down.
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