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Not enought heat

I have a DeLonghi 6507L Oil Filled Radiator Heater it comes on and runs but it is putting out very little heat? Is there something that i should be checking to replace?

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  • alberta43 Sep 11, 2008

    I have a DeLonghi 1025t oil filled radiator heater and even after 5 hours it still does not add a single degree of heat to my living room. I just bought the heater 2 months ago, (on the web) and as it was in the low 60's yesterday turned it on for the first time. It get fairly hot on the top and heat does come out if I put my hand 4 or 5 inches above it but still does nothing to add temperature to the room. HELP........

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I have the same heater and it works great in my bedroom (with a door). the room is about 12 x 14. For my living room and dining area I use 2 or 3 oscillating, ceramic, fan forced heaters spaced out.

As you say, logically...since heat rises, the heat comes off the top. Only 3 things that I can think of would make that heater not work: First, a factory defect (it doesn't heat period). Second, if you have it a room that is too large for that size heater. Third, if the room has no doors (such as a living room).

If you have a draft it can work to your advantage. By placing the heater in line with the draft it will actually accelerate the heat exchange process and distribute the heat faster for you.

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