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Display on comfortzone 1500 heater reads dofl-won't operate-what is wrong?

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According to the call line you have to hit the up, down and enter buttons at one time. Did not try this as I returned mine before I got an answer. No problem with the new one!

Posted on Nov 19, 2010

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