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DAYTON HEATER MODEL 3E224

THIS THING WAS WORKING BUT THEN IT SPARKED AND TRIPPED THE BRAKER NOW WONT GO ON NOW A WIRE SORTED OUT ON THE COOPER LOOKING WIRE INSIDE OF THE HEATER ANY IDEAS???? PLEASE AND IF SO WHERE WOULD I FIND THE PARTS??

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