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Not heating I have this Patton oil filled rad, heater model: POH 2501. It has been working well until now. The power lite comes on, there is current to the outlet but there is no heat.Is there a way to find what is wrong and fix it?H.P. My e-mail is hparekh@alltel.net

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    i have the same problem but is with the patton oscillating heater pch4199. it was working fine for 3 days and then it stopped working i've done what it said to put it on high and unplug it and wait the 10 mins and nothing.

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Sounds like either the thermostat or the element. If you hear a clicking when you rotate the thermostat you can assume that it is working. My advise is to replacethe heater. The element is sealed inside the oil chamber and the thermostat will cost almost as much as a new heater, sorry.

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