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I have a Dimplex CXL18N - 2.5kW Storage Heater + Convector, it has been working up until yesterday.The fuse for he convector has blown, any ideas how I can replace this.This morning there was also no heat coming from this. It is running on Economy 7.Please help.ThanksMills
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I believe the 12 is the error code for "incomplete combustion". In this case you will want to start with the thermocouple. If you are not handy at these things I would call a service tech. You can find a service person on their website.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
Check the fuse board it should be marked up (but often is not especially if POLISH electricians concerned) it should be a 32 amp fuse.
The heater has a thermal fuse installed internally £12 replacement, these tend to be the only things that go wrong with storage heaters! get a qualified electrician who you trust to have a look otherwise who-ever looks at it will say its F****d and will take you to the cleaners
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
Hi in side the case on the left hand side there is a reset looks like a flat pieceof metal push this it will make a loud click this should reset heat , turn heater off first
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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You say the heater is 'old', so I assume that it's out of its 2 year warranty? Are you referring to the wall-switch or the switch on the heater itself?
The customer service department will be able to give you guidance on finding the problem and resolving it. If you call 0845 600 5111 and have your series number (top left of the unit) and model (CXL) to hand they will be able to help you.
P.S. Please don't try to take the heater apart or remove it from the wall unless you have experience in working on storage heaters, as the unit is VERY heavy!
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