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This job should cause an electrician no problem - hopefully a 5 minute job at most - if you know anyone who has a basic knowledge of wiring they should be able to fix it also, but please be sure that they know what they are doing or you could injure yourself or damage the heater or property. If you fancy trying it yourself then please post again and i can talk you through it. Hope this helps :)

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Dog chewed up plug in receptical on this heater. the cord is fine I just need to replace plug.Before I do I need to know which side of the 3 prong outlet is continuous hot(white)and which side is the shut...

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I have one of the older models of delonghi but the plug got burned off due to attaching and improper extension cord. Is there a possiblity for the cord to be replaced

I don't know how much trouble it is to access the heater end of the cord but if you can see how to do it, it would be a good time to replace the entire cord & plug. Any of the home improvement stores (if in the US) will have the right materials and you will have the chance to lengthen the cable to eliminate any extension cord. Make it 20' if you choose, the wiring will handle it.
Ask or look for a 3-conductor flexible heavy appliance-type cable with at least a 15 amp rating. This may be marked as 2/12 and will have a third wire for safety ground, generally colored green. The other two will be one black and one white insulated conductor. When properly wired, the white is neutral, the black is 'hot.' The plug will be fairly large and have screw terminals for the three wires. This type of replacement plug will handle any 120 V household appliance. The actual blade contacts that go into the receptacle may have one wide, one narrower, and one round pin for the standard outlet. The wide blade inside terminal for the wire is intended for the white insulated wire, the narrow for the black and the ground (green or green/yellow) insulated wire goes to the round ground pin's screw terminal. These plugs are equipped with a substantial strain relief under which the entire cable diameter is clamped.
Inside the heater's attachment area, there should be currently wires attached that correspond to those in the new cord but if not, they may be marked as in Europe (the brand is Italian) and that may have changed since I left there years ago. If you find the following colors, substitute the paired color for US use:
- Brown = US black = Hot - Blue = US white = Neutral - Green or green/yellow = US green or green/yellow = Ground
If you find anything else, let a professional connect the new line for your own safety.

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Dog chewed cord in half

Yes. Just take the plug to your local hardware store so they can match it up. It is important to get the proper size wire for proper operation and for safety. :-)

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How/where can I get the power cord replaced? The dog chewed through the existing one

Any hardware store should sell 3 core wire flex for cable replacement.
Make sure it is at least 2.5mm squared cable as this is for a heater.
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Connections inside the heater may be crimped Ring terminals. These are available from auto shops, and must use crimp pliars to connect them.

Mark the heater connections before removing the wires, and make sure the earth wire is connected securely.

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My puppy ate the room temperature senser off of my toyostove lazer 73,could you help me with where i can find one online or else where?thanks,carolyn

If the dog Just chewed the wires you can splice them back together
But if you need a new one I can Mail you one.
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I have the same heater and when that happens just unplug it for about 15 minutes and plug it back in and it should work fine. It only does this for me when I am using a extension cord or a power strip. It needs a dedicated power supply (wall outlet) with nothing else attached. If you must use a extension cord I have found that the heavy gauge orange power cord is the only one that does not overheat and causes the heater to shut off. The heater comes with a 3 year warranty, the longest warranty I have ever seen with a heater.

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