Question about DeLonghi TRD0715T Oil Filled Radiator Heater
It's 5:30 AM and I'm awake because of that ticking, popping, cracking sound. Every ten minutes the unit makes several pops rapidly, and it's quite loud.
It's almost definitely the metal. Some part of it is expanding or contracting with the temperature change.
Reviewers on Amazon who have attempted to return the product to Delonghi have been told they had to pay for shipping, which made shipping not worth it to them.
I'm experimenting to see if the sound comes from one side or the other (my unit has two radiator panels and you can turn them on and off independently), and it so far, with the left panel off and the right panel on, it has stopped popping, but that may be because the right side has not reached its shut off point yet.
If using just one side heats my bedroom without popping, I may keep it. Otherwise, I'm going to see if Amazon will accept return (before it's too late).
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
I don't believe it's anything most heaters will tick from the heat. Also it could be the timer even though my timer is quiet. but again it's better to call them rather then letting the house burn down. sorry to scare but it's the truth.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
Does it sound like oil bubbles? Sometimes when an oil heater is heating up you can hear the pop sound of the oil heating.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
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