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Cadet wall heater

I have a small Cadet wall heater. Both fans work normally. None of the heating elements heat. What could cause this?

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  • Anonymous Oct 27, 2008

    Both fans work but no heat. Cadet model CT402



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Since I don't know what model of heater you have there might be a reset button to reset or an over temp switch (button sensor with 2 wires going to it) that needs to be replaced. You might check the recall list to see if this one has been recalled and should not be used.

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