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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 finished..so do the 'clicks'.

Posted on Jul 15, 2008

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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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    Brandon Denney Dec 18, 2016

    Most likely not a loose wire. The noise is caused by the metal expanding when being heated up. Will slow down to a stop once it fully heats up

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