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Electric wall mounted heater

The wall mounted casing starts to mealt and the top even on low settings.

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Re: Electric wall mounted heater

Make sure that the heater is mounted where convection currents occur freely. When heat builds up around the top of the heater its temperature will rise uncontrollably. You'll be luck not to get a fire.

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