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I'm looking manual for ceramic heater model # is ch110

I would also like to get a manual for this heater model ch110 Thanks Rich

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Is your heater broken? I'm sure I can tell you how I would fix it.

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SOURCE: I purchased a DeLonghi ceramic

Deanna, apparently the model heater your purchased may have been discontinued. However, Delongi may still support it. Contact their Customer Support Dept 800-322-3848, as they can provide you with the Owners Manual.

Hope this helped you. Please let me know. Thanks

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From what you have described, it sounds like the venturi valve of the burner is dirty and/or clogged. In other words, it's not getting enough air to gas mixture to burn as it should.

Since yours is an Infrared Portable LP Gas Heater, it's not difficult to dismantle the front of the heater's cabinet to remove the ceramic plaques and gain access to the burner & all it's inner workings. Before you even attempt this, TURN THE HEATER OFF AND ALLOW IT TO COMPLETELY COOL.

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