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My living pure heater wont heat up after a breaker tripped

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Contact Seasonaire to replace your unit. They now take care of the warranties for Living Pure

Posted on Nov 06, 2013

  • blalockt Oct 08, 2014

    seasonaire doesn't respond either

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    seasonaire doesn't respond either

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