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I have the Optimus quartz heater , model H-5300-BK . The top two elements are always on in the # 2 position , the thermostat only works on the bottom three elements. Question ; Can I removed the top two elements , so the thermostat controls the total heater. firstname.lastname@example.org
Look under available documents and click on "Janome Magnolia 7318 User Manual". This opens the user manual in PDF format. You can save the PDF to your local computer to refer to any time without going online.
god please be carfull thousands of home fires start like this!!!!!!!
My guess is that a high temp cutout has opened. most likly it is not replacable.
Google search your model number / owners manual to see if there is resettable overtemp.
I was unable to locate but you may have more luck.
Remember infra-red heat warms items and objects in the room by absorbtion of infra-red waves this heater should not be near any flameable items! its designed to sit like 6 feet away from any thing and items in the room absorb heat energy then give it up to there surrounings.
please be carefull....
I have the same problem. I removed the center panel on the back of the dish and found a fuse inside a white insulating sleeve. The fuse is open, preventing the current from reaching the heating coils. On the fuse it says 121 C. and 15 A.; I assume that it is designed to blow if the temp. of the dish exceeds 121 centigrade or the current exceeds 15 Amps. I don't see any reason to believe that either has happened so I suspect that these fuses just spontaneously fail. Now I just need to find a source for new ones. I wouldn't recommend jumping the fuse as it could lead to a fire.