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Delonghi "The Incredible Heat Machine"

I have been using a DeLonghi "The Incredible Heat Machine" oil filled heater with no problems until a couple of days ago. A few minutes after I turned it on, I heard this crackle/pop sound, kinda like a sizzle of hot grease/oil. I used it that night coz it was below 0o degrees out but I was and still am paranoid that this is going to cause a fire. Do you know what could be going on? Is it safe to use? Can it be fixed? It's been effective in warming up the room but I'd like to know more before I continue to use it. Thanks

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  • butch 1234 Apr 02, 2008

    yeah same problem but now mine causes the house fuse to blow after its been on a few minutes

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