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Recall I have a Lakewood Heater, model 2727. It looks exactly like the model 5101 that was recalled. I was wondering if this was model 2727 was recalled also. I plugged it in this afternoon for the first time and it make a bubbly sound for about 10 minutes and it seemed once heated it stopped that noise. But I was curious and looked it up on line and there was a recall for the 5101 with a picture and it looked the same as my model 2727. So, I unplugged it. If there is a recall, where do I return this. I bought this over a year ago. Thanks.

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I had the 5101 I just sent it back last week to manufacturer,most of oil filled heaters make a noise as the oil heats up. The 5101 had a black control panel &black wheels & foot rest. Hope i was of some help. If u have more ? let me know.

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