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I have a Delonghi HVR 9033 Retro fan heater and amd having issues with it. When i plug it in the red light on top goes on and the fan will go round for maybe 1 minute before turning off. Regardless of what i then do with then dial it doesn't repsond and the heater fan won't turn and emit any heat. It only responds when i then set the dial back to 0 and the light goes off.
I only bought them about 6 months ago and they were working perfectly but i haven't turned them on in about 4 months.
any help would be greatly appreciated, am not really sur ehow this site works but if you can help thank you!!

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Since it is only 6 months old, it is still under warranty. In this case, I think the best thing to do would be to get it serviced/replaced under warranty, and I wouldn't want to touch anything on it to void the warranty. Looks like there is a circuitry issue here.

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As its only 6 months old it should be covered by the warranty, you should be able to get it repaired by your dealer, with no cost to you.

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