Question about Lasko 5540 Ceramic Compact Heater
You have too many things on the circuit you are on. Either move it to a different plug, or turn some things off. A plug in heater uses as much electricity as the breaker should carry if it is a 15 amp, like most are. Try to find a plug on a different circuit, or clear some things off of it.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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