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Oil heater, not working

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In the circuit breaker there are two electrodes with space some distance.
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Most probably oil circuit breaker is used. In the OCB, the transformer oil fill.
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Try Grainger - snap disc controls.

Also, see my post, in response to "The heater does not work when switched on I have", under this same topic, 'Problem with: Lakewood Oil-Filled Electric Radiator Heater'.

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Oil in these heaters is not supposed to sizzle. So, I don't think it's the oil. Something else is probably making the sizzling noise and that's what concerns me. As this type of heater literally makes no noise. What you hear may be a short in the wiring of the heater. In which case, it's unsafe to use.
You didn't mention if the heater is new or that you've had it for sometime, but in either case, I would recommend not using it. If it's new, then it's still under warranty and you have some recourse. Check your Owners Manual for details on how to handle this as a warranty issue.

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The heater is filled with oil and it is leaking....you will need to dispose of it and buy a new one... it is not repairable...

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