Question about Patton PUH680-U Utility Heater
I would blow out the unit with canned air or better yet an air compressor. when it is cooled down possibly wipe the coils as best you can. Also, when blowing it out, blow inside the motor assembly as dust could be in there also.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
Is this a realtively new heater or just come out of storage? Chances are, if it hasn't been run in a while that it is just burning off some of the dust on the heater coils. Or possibly some of the chemicals used during the assembly of the product is risidual on the coils. Let it run for a few hours while keeping a close eye on it. I'm sure the smell will go away eventually. Keep an eye on it because if I'm wrong it could pose a potential fire risk.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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