Question about Lasko Heating & Cooling
I bought a Lasko CYCLONIC CERAMIC HEATER WITH REMOTE CONTROL AND FRESH AIR IONIZER (Model 760000) last winter and it worked GREAT the entire winter. I stored it in the closet over the summer and plugged it in this past week as it's getting cold again. The heater doesn't heat up at all and shuts off automatically within a minute of me plugging it in. I have tried unplugging it for a whole day and trying the next day and still does the same thing!! Is it scrap or is it fixable?? Please help!!! I'm FREEZING!!! Lol!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blinking lights. Shuts off.
Hello, Mne was also shutting down. Turns out that is was clogged with dust, therefore overheating and turning it self off.
If you're handy, you may want to open the heater and dust it off with a can of compressed air.
Worked for me.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
take the wattage of the heater, divide it by 1000 then multiply that by your cost per KW/hr from your electric bill, then multiply that by the number of hours you operate the heater. That will give you the exact cost to operate at full heating per hour.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
mine does the same thing every year. I just clean out the dust from the vents on the back of the heater so the heater can breath otherwise it could get too hot and the safety fetcher kick in and makes the heater stop working.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
I just fixed my Stanley Lasko 675900
FOR GOOD and would like to tell the world how to fix it! I hope this work for you and good luck!
1. Remove the front plastic grill. The bolts are torx heads with a center pin. You may be able to find a torx head driver with the center pin but I improvised. I Used a dremel tool with a small rounded diamond bit to grind the center pins out of each screw so I can use a standard torx head driver on the screws.
2. Remove the heating element. These should be Phillips screws.
3. Blow out the dust from the back side of the heating element. (be careful with the fragile fins)
4. put it all back together and it should work just fine.
5. (optional at your own risk!) I believe the small gadget attached to the top of the heating element with the white wire is the limiter. You can use pliers to slide the unit out of the element and either move the unit further toward the center area, or cut the device out completely with wire cutters and then splice it back together. If you do this REMEMBER TO CLEAN THE BACK OF TH HEATING ELEMENT EVERY MONTH TO PREVENT A DUST FIRE!
I just fixed my Stanley Lasko 675900
FOR GOOD and would like to tell the world how to fix it!
I hope this work for you and good luck!
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
Is the fuel tank cap vent clear? Are you sure there's no water in fuel tank? don-ohio
Posted on Jan 05, 2017
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