Question about Fostoria FHK-212-1CA Infra-Red Utility Heater
I THINK THAT DUE TO THE LENGTH OF THE ELECTRICAL CORD IS THE REASON FOR THE PLUG AT THE WALL GETTING HOT ENOUGH TO MELT THE COVERING UNLESS I UNPLUG IT AND LET IT COOL DOWN? WHATS WITH THE OVERHEATING THING??
Poor contact at the receptacle will cause the plug to heat. Look at the plug prongs for any sign of discoloration or arcing. You may need to replace the receptacle and/or plug.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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