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DeLoghi Oil Filled heater

My heater is making clicking and poping noises when I turn it on. Am I at any risk? Do I need to replace my heater?

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I have had a couple of different brands of column heaters and they have all made that clicking sound when turned off. Once the 'cooling down' time of the heater is do the 'clicks'.

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Re: DeLoghi Oil Filled heater

No need to replace. There's a loose wire/connection somewhere. Have someone with good hands open the control box and tighten. I would not suggest using it in the present condition.

Posted on Sep 03, 2007

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