Question about Heating & Cooling
Need to clean the lint and dust from the back of heater and also the high button does not work
I was told my Amish heater only needed taken apart and cleaned to make it work nicely again, So is there any instructions that I can look at while I do this so that I don't mess anything up inside the unit ?
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
The heater works and the flames are fine but it is getting louder all the time and sounds like rocks in a rock tumbler. How do I fix it?
Posted on Dec 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To do it correctly you'll need to see a drawing or picture. It's not difficult and the bulb may only be loose. They do that sometimes from vibration.
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Posted on Jan 28, 2011
It's not difficult to change the bulb. But lengthy to explain. If you no longer have your Owners Manual go the link below and click on "Flame does not illuminate properly" More than likely though, the bulb(s) have just come loose.
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
SOURCE: my amish heat surge heater
Sadly, the only thing that is Amish on your heater is the cabinet mantle. The electric fireplace is made in China. Never-the-less, from what you describe, it appears that the heater coil is not receiving power or it has burned out. If it's not receiving power, one of the resistors that controls the power to heater has gone bad (probably melted). The bulbs being burned out does not affect the heater. You must have had this unit for sometime for the bulbs to burn out. Normally these are LED Bulbs that have a tremendously long life. It may be that the bulbs have vibrated loose and need to be re-tighten.
If I recall correctly, these units were sold with a one year warranty and may have had an option of an extended warranty. If yours is still under that one year warranty, you're in business. If you purchased the extended warranty, that's even better.
In any event, contact their customer service dept @ 1-800-924-7964, as they may able to help you even more.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
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