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Heater fan stop working after a couple of muinutes

When you turn the heater on the fan will blow for a short period and then stop. The heater will continue to put out a little heat, but even when you turn the therostat to its highest position the heater coils will not come on.

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  • Marlene Buzard
    Marlene Buzard Jan 05, 2009

    contact: www.dimplex.com or call: 1800-668-6663 ext. 358

  • jeanne60 Jan 29, 2009

    we have the same problem, fan stops working after a a few minutes. Our dimplex electrolog airheater is only 1 yr old. ser# 26007D2F 478. Model 6901050600. Have used it for about 3 months. Bought it at Lowes, but they don't carry parts. Any advise? My email is jeanne60@telus.net

  • timwear Mar 17, 2009

    I have the same problem, i isolated the over heating switch to ensure it was not faulty and while doing so observed the fan motor slowing down and when not enough air passes over the heating coils the fire place switches off. I hav'nt figured out the fan problem yet but it has to be something with the set up off the fan as it kicks off at different times sometimes 5 mins others 40 mins. What a pain in the ***!

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Dimplex Electralog Model 6901050600 Ser 17807D2F - 048 Blower and Heater Works fine, Flame has quit working. How do you find and replace the Bulb? Email cairoeichard@gmail.com

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