Question about Heaters
I had my model #HFH442 running yesterday when I saw it spark inside - I immediately shut it off. When I turn it on now it doesn't feel warm - only a slight lukewarm feel on HIGH.
ELECTRIC CORNER HEATER WILL NOT HEAT UP OR BLOW. HELP
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
There are four deep hidden screws on the back. more than likely they are phillips head type. a number 2 phillips will fit them. remove the screws and pull off the back. the element connections are push on spade connectors. see if one of your came off. just push it back on its terminal and it should work.
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
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