Question about Midea Oil Filled Indoor Heater - USA, INC
Could be that the thermostat is disconnecting because it senses too warm.
Plug the heater to the wall, turn on the switches.
Turn the thermostat knob all the way to min. It should make a click sound and the heater should not get warm.
Turn the thermostat knob all the way to max. It should make a click sound and the heater should get warm.
If the heater is still not warming up and/or you don't hear clicks, then the heater has bigger a problem.
With the cheap prices of the heaters, it is not worth trying to have an electrician check it out. Just buy a new one.
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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