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Lakewood oil radiator heater quit

Both switches light up but no heat is produced. Worked great yesterday, no heat today. Didn't notice anything unusual, just quit heating.

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  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    I woke this morning and my heater has the same problem. I bought the heater from Walmart 11/20/08. I can't find where to have the heater serviced. It is really not worth the shipping cost to return it to some warranty center.



    There has to be better heaters out there in the market place.

  • Donsmth69 Feb 19, 2009

    It has two thermal fuses mounted on the chassis wired in series as well as a weighted switch that shuts the unit off if it is tipped over. Chances are that one of the thermal fuses has opened up which will keep the unit from coming back on. I am trying to find a suitable replacement thermal online.


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Visit http://www.lakewoodeng.com/html/parts.html for service center info and parts.

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