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Heating element for Lakewood Model QTH 33 went out can a replacement element be purchased

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SOURCE: Lakewood 792/JR heater running w/o heat

Hi Spybotics. I have the same problem and I traced mine down to a burned out over-heat fuse link. Check out my recent post. My guess is that you are having the same problem as me. It's not hard to tell - just take off the rear panel and test the link (looks like a small resistor in line with the element) with an ohm meter. Open circuit means burned out fuse link. DO NOT bypass the link, as an extreme fire hazard will exist without it.

Posted on Apr 22, 2007

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SOURCE: Heating Element

try this url link
http://www.infraredheaters.com/quartz.htm

Posted on Dec 25, 2007

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SOURCE: specifications for Lakewood Model EP-1500 use

go to nelsonappliance dot com. they sell replacement parts for your unit.

Posted on Feb 02, 2008

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SOURCE: i have a lakewood 5600/7 doesnt work has power

Your best bet is to find someone who has discarded they heater,and get the part you need,these heaters are not affordable to repair,by the time you purchased a element,you could have bought a new one.Do like I do,and buy a new one,save all the ones that go out,year to year,and use them for parts,it really works.I hope I help you somewhat.

Posted on Oct 16, 2009

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SOURCE: lAKEWOOD HEATER DOESENT HEAT UP

take it apart they should be aglass fuse inside

Posted on Dec 24, 2009

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try this url link
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