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When my f2548 heater comes on the wall gets too hot touch

But the front of the heater is barely warm.

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  • lensue3 Dec 17, 2008

    bought another heater still does the samething. shame my old one needed replaced


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This sounds like a short circut! Avoid useing untill it can be looked at!

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