Question about Holmes Products HQH307 Compact Heater
There is a significant amount of accumulated dust/hair behind the front screen, close to heating elements. The screen holes are too small to allow any cleaning tool to reach. This is a potential fire hazard.
Do you have a solution, other than disassembling the entire unit??
Sorry my friend. You and I both know the answer to this. A complete disassembly and cleaning is needed. A fire hazard is a very serious event waiting to happen. Take care of this ASAP!
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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