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There are two retaining screws partially hidden at the bottom of the front grille. Remove these two screws completely. Then slide the whole grille downwards until the two top retaining tabs are exposed. Lift off the grille.The elements are retained with springs. Push the element deeper into the LH socket until the RHS is free and then remove.When replacing the grille make sure the bottom edge is in first, then slide upwards until the tabs are located in the slots, and replace the two screws.
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see this causes and fix it. God bless you If an appliance that should produce heat does not, inspect the element
for breaks or obvious damage. If you don't see any damage, test the
element for continuity (see below).
Turn off power to the appliance or device. If the unit is plugged
in, unplug it from the electrical receptacle (outlet); if the device is
wired into the circuit (such as an oven), turn off the circuit at the
electrical service panel.
Disassemble the appliance or device to access the heating element,
following the guides in this book for your appliance. Some heating
elements, such as plug-in units in electric ovens, are relatively easy
to remove (see the Electric Oven Fix-It Guide).
Joyce, if you have what we in the US call a fireplace. You will need to remove the plexiglass front, remove the faux logs and under them you will see the plastic glowing ember bed. Lift the ember bed up (it should just snap out of the holder) and out of the way and you will have access to the bulbs. They should be 60 watt small base chandelier bulbs.
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My PLF504 detonated this morning (11-25-2010). It worked fine for two years then BANG. Room was lit by flame coming from center (left to right) of unit. I wrote Marley asking them to honor the 10 year heater element warranty. Also, no burnt wires at thermostat connection, no dust bunnies on the fins. Source of fire was the fluid filled encapsulated heater core. Thank God, circuit breaker tripped and wall was tiled.
Find an access door on the back or side or both.
Do not replace with anything but exact bulb.
try taking the bulb to Lowes...I've gotten luck there before with odd bulbs...they have a special drawer for them.
It sounds like you have a lemon. The heat exchanger tube has developed a hole somewhere. These things are designed for the small element inside to heat up the oil, and that is supposed to radiate the heat. It would be dangerous to use without any kind of oil. The element would burn out hopefully before it started a fire, but not necessarily. I don't know what kind of oil they use, but its a thin viscosity, like some turbine oil. You can patch the hole and try some pump oil or something, but I personally don't think its a good idea. I wouldn't do it.