Question about DeLonghi TRN1015T Solaris Oil-Filled Heater Oil Filled Radiator
Our heater was working well till day before yeaterday.Before going out that evening we switched off the switch but the plug was plugged in.When we returned and press the switched on...we saw its not working.I dont know where is the fuse of this heater because outside of the heater they has written not to open.How will i see whether the fuse is ok and what maybe the problem?
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.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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