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It will not turn on.

Working fine. Power went off for 2 seconds, clocks, computer, etc. went off and started blinking, eveything re-set except the heater. Tried new plug, different area, will not turn on. 5700 Lakewood. Just purchased within 30 days.--Love this heater, hope it can be fixed.

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Give this s try
unplug it wait for 5 min. then plug back in

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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