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San marco electric fire keeps cutting out after a couple of minutes, i will switch it off leave it for ten minutes and will come back on and same thing will happen again. does anyone have any idea what part i need to replace.

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    My mum has one of these and she thinks it is the source of a 'beeping noise' that keeps coming on for an hour or so a couple of times a day (I keep missing it!) - could it be the fire?
    Cheers, Mark


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Yeh it does that it runs on a timer, read your manual an maybe you'll understand.

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Good Afternoon Edith.
Pretty much all heaters have internal sensors that will shut the heater off if they are tipped over, to reduce the chance that they'll cause a fire. They also tend to have sensor that will detect if they are overheating which also can start a fire. So, a couple of generic things to try since I don't have particulars on whether this is gas or electric)

For an Electric Heater:
  1. Look at the power draw - there should be a label on the case, or possibly stamped/molded into the case, saying how many amps the heater will draw. Make sure the plug is rated for that. Under-current might trigger a shut-off.
  2. After the heater has been on for a couple minutes, but not switched off yet, see if it either feels way too warm nearby the heater, or if you're detecting any kind of burning or hot-electrical-parts smells.
For a gas/propane heater:
  1. Make sure your gas source if fully turned on, or if it's a portable tank, that it's not empty.
  2. Make sure that the initial fire has some warmth to it. A lot of gas burners have a thermostat that sticks into the flame - my Turkey deep fryer, for instance - looks like a heavy wire, a bit thicker than for a wire coat hanger, with one end in the fire, the other leading back to the gas inlet. These need to stay a minimum level of hot, or they will shut the gas off. This is a safety measure to keep the gas from flowing if the fire blows out. Area full of unburnt fuel, very dangerous.
  3. Make sure, again, that the heat doesn't feel crazy way too hot. Might be an interlock again.
For either type:
  1. Make sure that they are on level ground
  2. If they have a blower to spread heat, look at where the inlets for the blower are, and make sure they are not blocked, or clogged up with dust bunnies, pet hair, or a random bit of something that got sucked against the inlet. That can trigger more interlocks against overheating.
  3. If they are one of the back and forth pivoting heaters, likewise make sure that nothing is blocking the pivot swing. Hitting something can lead to heater tipping itself over, interlock yet again.
Hope this helps!

Good Luck

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