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Is it safe to use Lakewood heater Model QTV-22 if the power light is out?

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SOURCE: Cycles on and off after reaching desired temperature

The problem sounds like the thermostat which is probably a bimetal strip. It sounds like the bimetal strip is just constantly bending one direction then the other. It could be possibly adjusted by bending it -- this would be a trial and error process.

Or, it could be replaced.

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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SOURCE: lakewood heater model 6500 the top high low knob

you can still use this heater, but continue to monitor its operation. If it gets hot enough to start smoking again, discontinue use and purchase a new one. Your safety means EVERYTHING!!!!!!

Posted on Nov 27, 2010

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