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Just stopped working

Worked and now it doesn't.
light does not go on- and does not produce heat.
does it have a overheat setting that could have tripped a fuse
inside the unit?
notice on side says not to open side cover.
I have the same problem. It used to work, now the power light is not working and not heat at all.

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Its under warranty period?

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