Question about Dayton G73 Utility Heater
I have an Air Tech utility heater (translation: cheap) that isn't heating or blowing air, though the power indicator light comes on. Is there a thermostat in these types of heaters, and if so, can it be replaced or repaired? I am thinking that may be the problem, though I am a novice at such things. I just don't want to keep replacing these heaters and contributing yet another heater to the landfill. Goodwill doesn't want them if they don't work! Thanks. and Brrrrrr.... firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you clean it ? put a vac on blow and blow the dust out of it could just be blocked with dust , works some times could be that simple
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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