Question about Holmes Products HEH8001-U Heater
Circuit breakers are designed to protect life and property. Do not use an appliance that overloads the breaker. If it is popping a 15 amp breaker try it on a 20 amp, if it does not trip the 20 amp breaker measure the amperage. If the actual amperage exceeds 16 (80%) of the overcurrent device or the device exceeds the Wattage stated on the device. Repair or replace it.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
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Hello friend, thank you for your post!
A dehumidifier is similar to having another refrigerator plugged in. It is recommended that it be plugged into a circuit of its own. If you are talking about the house fuse or circuit breaker it could be the circuit has to many products plug into the that house circuit. I would suggest moving it to another area of the house to see if it also blows that fuse. Hopefully this is helpful. -Matt
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