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Dimplex x1 fire flame effect not working and fan not on

No flame effect and fan not working - bulbs not lighting

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SOURCE: Dimplex SHB20 Sherbourne Electric Stove -Flame Effect not working

Call Dimplex : 1-800-668-6663 ext: 358 they are kind and very helpful, they will send you arts to repair.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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SOURCE: How to replace fire bulb for Dimplex HTN20

I wanted an answer to this too. It was hard to find, but here we go.
Get hold of a torch, and look closely at the decorative surround at the bottom of the fire. There are two screws hidden in there, on each side! See below:

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Unscrew these, and you can take the front off, and get at the bulbs.

For information, the fire takes two screw in bulbs, described as 240V – 60W E14 SES Clear Candle Lamps.
Hope this helps. 

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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SOURCE: motor in dimplex fire/heater not turning

Hello. It could be possible that a piece or some of the foil that gives the flame effect has fallen down on the motor, that creates the heat. This could be causing the noise. I would not think this is an electrics problem.

I would ensure the electric fire is disconnected from any power supply and either open the heater myself or get a electrical specialist to have a look. Then you will see exactly what is happening. A piece of foil may be visible which is catching the motor.

If you decide to tackle the problem yourself write down how to put the heater back together as you take each part out. These parts would be covers etc. It can easily get confusing. That is important.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: dimplex opti-myst fire main effect bulbs not

i've got the same problem - have you fixed it yet??

Posted on Jan 01, 2011

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Heater keeps turning off and on every few seconds

Posted on Jan 06, 2011

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Can I operate the flame effect on the fire without the heat?
All our Optiflame and Opti-myst fires can be operated on a flame-effect only setting, as can the flickering flame effect on our freestanding bar fires.

Is the flame effect expensive to run?
No, to run the flame effect involves powering light bulbs and a small electric motor and in most cases costs no more than a couple of pence an hour. Some of our fires have LED lamps fitted which are even more energy efficient.

Some have bulbs, some have LED.
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To change the bulb on your Dimplex you'll firstly need to remove the log effect, there are 2 small black head pozi type screws hidden at the front one on the left and one on right which your bulbs are under situated in their holders (as there are 2 of them) they are mini screw types as opposed to the standard baynot type replace the defective bulbs with like for like once fitted reconnect the mains and try if working, JOB DONE! Page 14 on the link shows exactly how to do it Regards Steve.
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If it is not the bulbs, it is often a melted switch or circuit board.
You can obtain technical support for your stove here:

Dimplex Technical specialists:
1-888-346-7539
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8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST

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You most likely have a couple light bulbs burned out. Refer to your owner's manual on how to access the bulb area, and replace with the appropriate watt bulbs. Most Dimplex stoves use standard incandescent 60w bulbs, a few use halogen. This is often annual maintenance.
If you can't find your manual, you can request one to be emailed to you from Dimplex, their service line is:
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Light and flame effect not coming on dimplex springborne electric stove.


The light bulbs that provide the flame effect, may have burned out. You can access the bulbs by remove a rectangular access panel on the back of the stove, just above the bottom edge of the stove. Be sure to turn the unit OFF and unplug it before attempting the bulb replacement. The bulb type is 60 watt, small base, clear chandelier bulb.

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More than likely, the bulbs that produce the fame effect have burned out and need to be replaced.

Robyn, you can access the bulbs by removing the rectangular cover on the back of the stove. It's located just above the bottom edge on of the back cover. The bulbs are 60 watt, small base chandelier bulbs. They simply unscrew to remove. Be sure to unplug the unit, before attempting any maintenance.

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It sounds like either the rod that holds the bulbs and turns to produce the flame effect may have gotten out of place or need cleaning and lubricating with light oil. If you're using the heater and fan, the fan motor and shaft may be causing the problem. In which case, they would need cleaning & lubricating too.

Hopefully, you still have your Owners Manual, because that will show and tell you how to access all these parts that are under the simulated firebox.

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Motor in dimplex fire/heater not turning


Hello. It could be possible that a piece or some of the foil that gives the flame effect has fallen down on the motor, that creates the heat. This could be causing the noise. I would not think this is an electrics problem.

I would ensure the electric fire is disconnected from any power supply and either open the heater myself or get a electrical specialist to have a look. Then you will see exactly what is happening. A piece of foil may be visible which is catching the motor.

If you decide to tackle the problem yourself write down how to put the heater back together as you take each part out. These parts would be covers etc. It can easily get confusing. That is important.

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