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Soleil 1500W 5200 BTU/h Electric Quartz Infrared Heater (Black) EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Soleil 1500W 5200 BTU/h Electric Quartz Infrared Heater (Black, PH91K) on sale for $29.98. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on $35+ orders. Thanks indiaj0nes

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Heat output 5200 BTU/h; Energy-saving auto mode (ECO); Low setting: 750W; High setting: 1500W. -StrawMan86

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Awesome, now if I can only find the thread with the time machine deals.
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The panel doesn't say if it maintains the last setting when turned on/off. The one I have does not even though it's all manual, it forces a reset. My dehumidifier on the other hand always defaults to on when plugged in so that's convenient for smart plugs.
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As a safety feature, most heaters will not turn back on with a smart outlet. Once the heater is turned off, the circuit resets so they have to be manually turned back on.
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Please add price to the title. Seems like a pretty slick deal though! Thanks op!
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Please add price to the title. Seems like a pretty slick deal though! Thanks op!
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On desktop I believe you can go to the advanced editor to change the title. That's what I've been told, but I have not personally verified it.
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Can this be controlled (turned on) with a smart socket? Or does a button need to be physically pressed to get it going even with power?
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Just look at the panel. Pretty easy to deduce the answer all by yourself.

The panel doesn't say if it maintains the last setting when turned on/off. The one I have does not even though it's all manual, it forces a reset. My dehumidifier on the other hand always defaults to on when plugged in so that's convenient for smart plugs.
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Can this be controlled (turned on) with a smart socket? Or does a button need to be physically pressed to get it going even with power?
I'm not sure about this infrared heater, but I use a smart plug with an oil filled heater with manual on/off switches that works great.
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The panel doesn't say if it maintains the last setting when turned on/off. The one I have does not even though it's all manual, it forces a reset. My dehumidifier on the other hand always defaults to on when plugged in so that's convenient for smart plugs.
Yeah, that's my biggest pet peeve about mine! Can't turn it on in the morning just by having the smart plug wake up. Need to manually get out of bed and press the power button on the heater.
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Can this be controlled (turned on) with a smart socket? Or does a button need to be physically pressed to get it going even with power?
As a safety feature, most heaters will not turn back on with a smart outlet. Once the heater is turned off, the circuit resets so they have to be manually turned back on.
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Can this be controlled (turned on) with a smart socket? Or does a button need to be physically pressed to get it going even with power?
I have this. All else is good. One thing I do not like about is it resets itself every time powering it on; it does not remember the last settings.

It goes to the highest temp (86 F) and I would have to down it to 70F in my case manually. So when kids or someone else turns it on, they keep it 86 until they feel hot which sucks on this.
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Can this be controlled (turned on) with a smart socket? Or does a button need to be physically pressed to get it going even with power?
It comes with remote..
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Bought one of these last year sale.. It is good for a small size room like less than 10X10
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