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Heater stopped working suddenly

I have bought two bambino delonghi heaters about 18months ago. The first one stopped working within six months and I returened it to the retailer (Costco) for a refund as they have a 12 month money back arrangement. THe 2nd one just stopped too. I have changed the 13amp fuse with no effect...and suspect that the thermostat may have broken as it was on and a few hours later was stone cold.

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In the past I have nothing but problems with DeLonghi heaters. I replaced them with Pelonis heaters and have had no problems since. Pelonis heaters are availible from Home Depot at a very reasonable price. This is based on my experience only. Hope it helps.


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