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I have an electric heater for the room that has my bathtub, so when I take a bath I won't be cold. The heater turns on by pulling the string that hangs down from it. My wife pulled the string too hard and it came off. I opened the heater and tried to attach the string to the knob, but couldn't see how to do so. Can someone please help me on this?
The string is actually attached to a bead chain. If the bead chain is still there, you can replace the cord with a new one from the hardware store. If she has actually pulled the chain out of the switch, I suggest you get a qualified electrician to replace the switch. They are quite inexpensive. (the switch, not the electrician)
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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