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Doesn't do anything

Worked and now it doesn't.
light does not go on- and does not produce heat.
does it have a overheat setting that could have tripped a fuse
inside the unit?

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Look under control pannel for a fuse! I am not sure about your model but most of these heater types have a fuse
good luck!

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

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i have the same problem. was working great for one week then it just stopped working. really pisses me off how things are made so badly these days. there is no reason why something should break after using it for a week. any soultions before it goes to the curb??

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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