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Toyo laser 73 Pinging noises during warmup and cooldown

I know The owners manual says it is normal to hear the metal expanding and contracting from the temperature change. But it is very loud. Both my monitors were quiet. Is there anything I can do to lessen the noise. It wakes me at night! Had I known this, I would have stuck with a monitor. This laser is one week old.

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Re: Toyo laser 73 Pinging noises during warmup and...

Slightly loosen up a few screws on the cabinet

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I don't think the rules of this site will allow me to post the web address of the dealer I use; but typing "Toyotomi heater service" into Google pulled up quite a few dealers.

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I would recomend having a qualified technican service your Toyo.

It IS possible to clean it yourself, but you will want to do it during a time that you aren't needing the heater to keep the space warm.

Certain parts can be hard to tell if they are working as they should if you aren't familar with what you're looking at.

With proper service, your Toyo will operate efficently, and likely last for a long time.

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