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Problem with thermostat

I bought a delonghi HVF 3031 fan heater yeterday.according to manual , in order to adjust thermostat, i turned thermostat knob to maximum position then I selected the power level. At desire temperature , i gently turned thermostat anti -clockwise till the click sound heared and fan turned off. The problem is it doesnt stArt automatically when temperature drops. I would be grateful if you can help with this issue.

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Try this. Do as you already did above, but this time turn the thermostat slightly clockwise till it comes on again, and leave it at that setting for a while. Does it control now?

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the wick could be dirty and or burnt not allowing for the know to be moved to the off position, I would suggest cleaning the wick or replacing before doing anything else.

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Make sure the cover is on the furnance and secured properly, the next thing to check is the switch located on the side of the furnance it could have been accidently move to the off postion. If these two check out you will need to replace the thermostat.

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I am sending you this link which contains the users manual. I hope this helps.
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Here is the manual for your unit. Look at page 32 for troubleshooting the "temperature control circuit". There is also a wiring diagram and parts ordering list in case you need it.

Regards, Richard

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