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Home Pride portable heater NDY-17 or HZ-2003

All switch lights on, fan operates, fake log "flames" but no heat. I assume there is an element in the bottom. Where can I find the element replacement around Baltimore, Md.?

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SOURCE: Presto Quartz Heater element 1500 watts

We have a Presto quartz heater and have gotten replacement tubes from: National Presto Industries, Inc., P. O. Box 1172, Eau Claire, WI 54702-1172
In 2004 the cost was 26.00 for two (S&H included). We bought the heater in 1984 and it is still running great - we love it!

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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SOURCE: Dimplex Compact Electric Flame Stove Heater

call Dimples !-800-663-6663 ext 358 They will be able to help you out.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Charmglow Electric Fireplace ***NO HEAT** just lights up, HELP :(

http://www.racelectricfireplace.com/docs/Insert_Instruction_Manual.pdf

This is manufactured by Home Depot The customer service number is on the back 800-890-4076.

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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SOURCE: electric fireplace does not heat

I have a cheap electric fireplace bought in SuperCentre store-heater no longer works. It says its a one piece system. Can these heaters be replaced or repaired(probably made in China) or am i better off scrapping it and buying a new one?

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

SOURCE: THE LIGHTS COME ON BUT NO HEAT COMES OUT

A wire has probably burnt off the heater element. Also check to make sure that the air inlet is clean. If the unit becomes dirty it will not work and goes off on limit.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Vornado VH2 heater appears to switch on, but fan

For some reason the re-set system had clicked off. Unplugged the unit for a while, and when plugged back in it was working once again.

Posted on Dec 24, 2009

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I have a Dimplex Ritz electric 2000w heater that is only working on the low 1000w setting. When the high setting is selected it auto turns off and there was a funny smell which I am assuming a fuse has...


Yes, it can be repaired, if Dimplex still stocks that particular heating element. It's not to difficult to replace the heating element, just mark all the wires before removing the old one. Also, it will require removing the logs inside the heater, because you will need to turn the stove upside to do the removal and replacement. Contact Dimplex Technical Support at 1-888-346-7539.

Hope this helps you.

Jul 06, 2011 | Dimplex Compact Electric Flame Stove...

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on Dec 24, 2009 | Heaters

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The fake flame and fan are working but no heat. Is there a reset button somewhere in this unit?


There isn't a reset. It is an automatic reset. Give it a little while unplugged and it should reset 30 minutes then plug it back in and it should work. If not then the chances are you have a tstat problem or a element problem.

Jan 28, 2011 | Stoves Heaters

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Honeywell HZ-709 oil filled radiator heater-all controlls work but no heat produced. Possible reason?? Thanks


There is a bottom element and a top element so the elements could be dead.

More likey, there could be no power coming from the wall - there are switches on the front that need to light up or the thermostat could be set to off.

Dec 07, 2009 | Honeywell HZ-709 Oil Filled Radiator...

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THE LIGHTS COME ON BUT NO HEAT COMES OUT


A wire has probably burnt off the heater element. Also check to make sure that the air inlet is clean. If the unit becomes dirty it will not work and goes off on limit.

Nov 06, 2009 | Dimplex DS5598 Mid-Size Heater

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Don't know how to operate


The Dial is the thermostat setting. The rocker switches control the power. Turning on both switches activates the highest power setting. This will keep the heating operation as hot as possible. But it will use the most energy. Turning the switches only one at a time gives you the option of using less electricity at a lower amperage setting. Usually one is the lowest setting. The other is medium and both turned on is high.

Apr 22, 2009 | Soleus NDY-15 Oil Filled Radiator Heater

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Charmglow Electric Fireplace ***NO HEAT** just lights up, HELP :(


Take the fan power switch apart and clean the 2 point contacts. Also clean the 4 male studs that the wires plug into. That should solve the problem.

Dec 24, 2008 | Heaters

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15 year old goodman heater is cycling. heating element glows red and the burners turn on for 20 seconds and then goes out. fan is in the on position . after the first light the element turns red but...


Sounds like the flame is either not traveling to the flame sensor or the flame sensor is dirty or bad. Look to the far left of the burner box for a probe near a burner. Lightly scrape and debris from the probe. The probe will have only one wire going to it. Do not touch the igniter or it will break.

Dec 09, 2008 | Goodman GMS90703BXA Heater

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My Dayton garage heater model 2E636B does not heat up.


These heaters are the same as the marley heater, the element never gets red hot. the unit is set up so the fan kicks on after the element has heated to a certain temp and turns off after the element has cooled. It is common for these heater fans to cycle on and off quite often untill the air temp reaches about 55 degrees and then will operate normaly. If the fan still cycles too often you may have to replace the fan control and high limit switch. These are not very expensive and easy to replace yourself. they arte usualy attached to the back of the element with clips. The luke warm air is what these units put out. I have an equivelent to the dayton G73 and it heats a 24' X 30' garrage all winter in central Minnesota.

Nov 17, 2008 | Dayton G73 Utility Heater

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