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I have a Kenwood oil filled heater which is less than three years old. It is now making a high pitched clicking sound. The model number is 2307K. Type is K230715. Serial # 43712 JN

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Dear,
I would recommend this radiator if you have a smaller place - the living room/dining room is probably 500sf and the radiator works well

regards,
dont rate it untill it gets benificial to u

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

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Could be a problem with the transformer or thermistor solenoid. I would recommend getting the heater serviced, as thorough testing is required to diagnose the actual cause.

Hope that helps!

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It is likely in need of service. They don't have any user serviceable parts your recommended in the manual to locate the nearest service center. I am sure they can give you an estimate of the repair cost.
Here is the toll free number 18003223848
If you still need any assistance let me know. Also if you could please take a moment to accept and rate my solution accordingly I would greatly appreciate it.
Thanks,
Lee

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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