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Nobo wall heater won't come on

Hi have a nobo N4EU wall panel heater. the fuse is okay, and the timer is okay, but the red light won't come on, even when i turn the thermostat dial up to full. it used to be just the one in the bedroom which intermittently refused to work; now the one in the living room does the same. completely resetting the timer using the reset button doesn't help. can you help?

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the nobo heater cant keep opening for long time, i just turn it on then secound its turn off by self, i dont know if there have time contorl or not? the one im sure its not broken , just dont know how to fix this out,please help.thanks!

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The instrusctions are available in english on the australian site: http://www.nobo.com.au/Brochures/Shared/NOBO%20Timer%20Operational%20Instructions.pdf
Other useful documents available here too.

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