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My Delonghi Safe Heat Model TRH0715 Type KH770715P will not heat

Model #TRH0715 Type KH770715P 1500 Watt When plugging and waiting awhile, it will not heat.

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Ditto same problem. Took it out of the box, plugged it in the electric outlet and did not turn on.
I tried atleast 5 different electric outlets to make sure nothing is wrong with the outlet. Tried changing the timer settings. No use.

Returned it to Lowe's.

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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Hi Coyote,

I don't know about your specific heater, but, as someone who has a vast electronics background, things that heat tend to give off some fumes. Many electronic componets are LIGHTLY coated with an oil product to provide humidity protection, while the product may sit in a warehouse for years. Typically, such protection, upon being heated, will disperse in the first (maybe) hour of use. but, it could be more, I guess.
BUT, fumes should never be taken lightly. FUMES SHOULD NEVER BE TAKEN LIGHTLY!!!. FUMES MAY KILL YOU!!
How I handle it is...if the fume is noxious, so as to irritate your nose, or eyes, etc. IT IS BAD!!!

Nevertheless, if I were in your boots, I would take the unit outdoors, and let it run on 'HIGH' for about a 1/2 hour, or so. After it cools down, take it indoors and try it again. If it is still fuming, write the manufacturer a "fuming" letter.

Good Luck,
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Posted on Feb 10, 2008

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Posted on Jan 19, 2010

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SOURCE: i have a patton puh682

Under the main black knob is a bi-metal switch which shuts down the heat at various temps depending on your setting. Their is no timer.

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Returned it to Lowe's.

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