Question about Leisure HOMEPRIDE Electric Fireplace Heater w/ Remote
Jake not being smart here but have to ask how do you know it is getting power ? Just being plugged into a known good receptacle does not mean it is getting power.
If you know that power is actually getting into the fireplace then I would suggest a fuse is blown
It may not be a fuse as you know it but rather a temperature fuse for overheating
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The switch that turns on
I'm sorry, but we don't sell any parts or appliances here on FixYa. We simply provide information on how troubleshoot and/or repair many things. With that said, I can tell you, from what you described, you need more than just and ON/OFF Switch, if in fact, it "burned out". Something else electrically is wrong with your electric fireplace-heater to cause that.
Unfortunately, you failed to mention the Model Number of your Charm Glow Fireplace, so I can't steer you, to where you may be able to find a replacement switch. If you can provide that information, I may be able to help you.
Posted on May 07, 2011
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