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Lakewood model 7101 oil filled radiator

Front leg came off. the unit was on when I tipped the unit back and replaced the screws that held it in place. when I did so the unit began to smoke and smell a bit. Upon resetting the unit upright, the smoking stopped, however the unit stopped heating as well. I feel the element may have burnt out and would like to know how to replace it if that would indeed be the problem.

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