Question about DeLonghi 6507L Oil Filled Radiator Heater

1 Answer

Warm up Lost the instructions. I remember you're supposed to warm up 15 minutes with one button first.  also is this safe to leave on day and night?

Posted by on

  • beaverlake Sep 21, 2008

    Hey thanks a bunch. Appreciate it. I have a very small house l000 square feet. So far this has heated the whole house without too much trouble. I'm trying to put off getting oil as long as possible. Me and who else right?


1 Answer

  • Level 2:

    An expert who has achieved level 2 by getting 100 points


    An expert that got 5 achievements.


    An expert whose answer got voted for 20 times.


    An expert who has answered 20 questions.

  • Expert
  • 105 Answers

If you go here you can download user manual..
enter brand and then model.
i used one last year and it ran continuous with no problems.

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

  • Ken Newberg Sep 21, 2008

    your welcome. with any luck it will be a mild winter. we could all use the savings.


Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%


Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add



Related Questions:

1 Answer

I moved into a flat with newlec NLSH24AN HEATER N NO INSTRUCTION. ..HELP

Hi Sharon,
This should be relatively easy.
You have storage heaters that only take in the hear during cheap rate electricity (at times you cannot change - typically between 00:00 and 07:00 but times vary - ask your electricity supplier).
The controls of an electric storage heater normally consist of two
dials to be found under a flap on the heater.

The input dial, sometimes known as the charge or overnight dial.
This control sets the amount of heat to be stored during the night.
It is best to be set on a seasonal basis: medium for
autumn/spring, high for winter.
If you find that you run out of heat before the end of the day,
and the Input is not on maximum, turn it up to store extra for the
following day.

The Output Dial sometimes known as the room temperature or boost dial.
This dial controls the amount of warm air or convected heat given out during the day. It opens and closes.

Nov 24, 2014 | Heaters

1 Answer

Can't increase the heat on the thermostat

Instructions1 On nearly every Honeywell thermostat, the heat setting can be increased by simply pressing the HEAT option or AUTO and using the arrow keys to adjust the setting higher or lower until the desired temperature is reached.
2 To set an automatic heating schedule for Wake, Leave, Return and Sleep, press the SCHEDULE button, then EDIT.
3 Select the current day and use arrows to select the time and temperature for Wake. For example, if you typically awake for work at 6:00 a.m. and want the heat to come on, use that as your Wake time and adjust the temperature to suit.
4 Select the day and use arrows to select the time and temperature for Leave. Since you will be leaving the home empty for several hours, this setting will allow the thermostat to lower the heat until your arrival back home.
5 Select the day and use arrows to select the time and temperature for Return. This is the time and temperature that you will choose for returning home from work and may want the heat on to warm the house for your arrival.
6 Select the day and use arrows to select the time and temperature for Sleep. Set the time you normally go to bed. The thermostat will automatically adjust itself to your selected temperature at that time.

Apr 01, 2012 | Lakewood 2096ET Oil Filled Radiator Heater

1 Answer

The main switch has 2 buttons but only one lights up and the heater does not warm as well as it used to. It is a 14 fin oil filled I need to replace the whole unit or can it be fixed safely?


Jul 26, 2011 | DeLonghi 2507 Oil Filled Radiator Heater

1 Answer

Hi i have a new DeLonghi Dragon 3 heater. The timer seems to work opposite to your instructions - i.e. the instructions indicate that the notches must be pushed to the outer ring to indicate the operating...

This is from the instruction manual online:

To set the heating periods proceed in the following manner:

- Check the time by your watch. Supposing it is 10.00 a.m. turn the numbered dial of the

time-clock in a clockwise direction until the number 10 coincides with the reference mark s

on the time-clock. Set the time period during which you wish the appliance to work by

pushing the notches towards the centre. Each notch corresponds to a period of 15 minutes.

At this point sections will be visible corresponding to the working periods.

Set in this way the radiator will function automatically every day during the set period.

(Important: the plug must remain connected to power supply).

- To change the programmed time period, just bring back the black notches to their original

position and set the new working periods required.

- If you wish the appliance to function without programmed working periods push all the notches

towards the centre. In this case, to turn the appliance off totally the plug must be pulled
out apart from switching off, so as to avoid unnecessary working of the timer.

Jan 29, 2011 | DeLonghi Dragon 3 1025 / 1025T Oil Filled...

1 Answer

I'm not sure of the exact model of my Goodman furnace, but here is the problem. The new furnace was installed this summer (2010) and it is mounted in the space under the house in Big Bear Lake, CA....

I suppose this furnace is fueled by Natural Gas?
(Or is it Propane-- Bottled gas?)

Did the Service company leave you any manual, with your new furnace?
and I would think there was a warranty, for assuring you (the customer) satisfaction, no?
Have you called the people who sold/installed it?
What do they say?

If they did leave a manual-- what does it suggest for narrowing down your possible problems?
Like: Low Fuel-- Low Voltage- Filter Changes, Fan switch problems- or ignition failure problems?

For a new furnace, someone should be right there to do a start-up for you!

Let me know what you learn--

Mack B

Jan 14, 2011 | Goodman GMS80903BNA Heater

1 Answer

Need a manual for altech althc014. have no idea how to use it. can't work out how to just turn on without the timer!!

Ive been having the same problem! I found these instructions on a forum if it helps-

To Set the Temperature

The reason the stat is coming on during the night/ always being on is setting number 5, there are 5 settings on the Salus

1 is the time you want heating on eg, 07.00 and set the temp (20)

2 is the time you want it to go off eg, 10.00 and set the temp (10 this will turn it off)

3 is the time to come on an evening eg. 17.00 and set the temp (20)

4 is the time you want it to go off eg, 23.00 and set the temp (10 this will turn it off)

5 the problem many people have is that they do not set number 5 correctly, this is a night/ frost stat and if you don't set the time and temperature same as 4 ie, 23.00 and 10*c then the heating will stay on.

How do I set the time and date on my Salus programmer?

· Press the Set and Select buttons simultaneously to enter the clock setting mode.

· By using the "UP" and "DOWN" arrow you can select between 12Hr or 24Hr clock. Once selected press "SELECT".

· The "HOUR" will now be flashing. Adjust with the "UP" and "DOWN" arrow keys to the desired time. Press "SELECT".

· With the "MINUTES" now flashing adjust with the arrow keys to the correct minutes. Press "SELECT".

· Now the "YEAR" will need adjusting. Again use the arrow keys to change and press "SELECT".

· Now adjust the "MONTH" with the arrow keys and press "SELECT"

· Next to change will be the "DAY OF THE MONTH" again with the arrow keys change and press "SELECT"

· "dLS" will now appear. This is the "DAY LIGHT SAVING" mode to turn "ON" or "OFF" use the "UP" and "DOWN" arrow keys. Now press "SELECT"

Sep 27, 2010 | Heaters

1 Answer

I have a Sunvic TLX6501programmable room therostat, I have no instructions, so cant program it! I looked on line and can only get instructions for a newer version which is different, mine is about 6 years...

Programmable stats can be difficult and a pain. Normally, set it on what ever season it is to start, like on heat.I don't know the buttons and arrangement on this stat, I am just going from experience.I will try and walk you through this, but you may to to draw me a map that I can visualize.Start by setting the Time, day, hr and min.It may say you have a 5-day-2-day or 7-day stat.You should have a program button, a hold temp, hour, min, day, up and down arrows Ect. Use the arrows to do the changing of temperature desired. The same with the time, use arrows, day, arrows and so on. Factory settings for this stat will be 68 for heat and 78 for cooling. So, what ever you are going to program 1st, make sure you are in that mode of operation such as heat. If you are going to set the system to come on and go off at different times of the day and night, with different temperature settings, you will need a manual as it would be almost impossable to do this without being there with you.Push the program button and this will start the process. What I would do to make it an easy set up as most people do, is to set the time as normal. Do not try and set the system to come on at different times at different temp's as with out the manual it would be difficult. Set each day, 5-week days and 2-week-end days for the temp you would like it to maintain, like 72 on heat. Do this for all 7 days around the clock. It will cycle on at around a degree below setpoint and cycle down when satisfied. If you want to warm it up for a while, just push the hold temp button after you raise the temp up to lets say 76, and this overrides the program you have, like 72 for 2 hours and will return back to original set-point. Due the same with cooling. This is the easy way and less confusing. They are really simple if you do this everyday as I do being a contractor in this field. You may have more or less or even different buttons on this stat, but they all are pretty much the same.Just make sure you are on in the mode you are setting up and should be able to go through it and get familar with it. It may take some time so be calm and you can do this. You have my confidence in you. Keep me posted.
Happy Holidays, Sincerely,
PS contact me to let me know you're progress or need more help on this. I will be here for you!

Dec 17, 2009 | Heaters

1 Answer

Creda Night Store Heater model 79154

The dial on the wall with 1-24 on it, with the red pins, is the timeswitch to turn the heater on for night-rate hours (when the electricity is cheapest). Hour 1 is 1am --> Hour 24 is midnight.
Set the red pins to turn the heater on from 11PM (23) to 7am (7). The 'on' symbol is normally a '1', with off being '0'. Otherwise, on can be symbolised with a staright line with circles on it, while off is like a little barrier-arm part up.
As for the knobs on the heater, one is for the amount of heat which goes in (how much the heater 'charges'), and the other is for how much it lets out.
Genrally in winter you set the input (nite-store, second knob) to full (6), but in spring or autumn you may reduce this as required.
The other knob (room temp) is for how much heat comes out of ther heater. If you work during the day, you will want to conserver the stored heat in the heater.
Turn the room temp knob down to about 3 when you leave for work, and wind back up to 6 when you get home. This will stop all the heat leaving the heater during the day (and maybe use less power to recharge at night).
Good luck with the time switch. Check your night-rate hours on your power account.

Apr 03, 2009 | Heaters

1 Answer

Efficency with Oil Column heating

because it operates on room air temperature, if this is the only means of heat to this room, leaving it on would be more economical thus keeping the rise in air temp time less=less time it works hard to match what you desire. but if not only source of heat no. time to heat room would be almost the same thus you would save what you used during the day due to fluctuations in room temps between time your furnace would kick on and off.

Jun 08, 2008 | DeLonghi 6507L Oil Filled Radiator Heater

1 Answer

Delonghi "The Incredible Heat Machine"

blows the house fuse after being on a few minutes

Feb 13, 2008 | DeLonghi EW0507 Oil Filled Radiator Heater

Not finding what you are looking for?
DeLonghi 6507L Oil Filled Radiator Heater Logo

275 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top DeLonghi Heaters Experts


Level 3 Expert

96627 Answers


Level 3 Expert

1900 Answers

Cindy Wells

Level 3 Expert

4759 Answers

Are you a DeLonghi Heater Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides