Question about Heating & Cooling
Either the air entering the heater is to cold and unable to satisfy the thermostat or the contacts inside the thermostat have “welded” together, or other faulty internal wiring which could keep the heater running indefinitely. Take it back to where ever you purchased it from or throw it away, that could be a fire hazard.
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Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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