Question about DeLonghi TRD0715T Oil Filled Radiator Heater
Should I toss it out, or try to repair?
If I try to repairs, what do I try first?
It could be many things, but the first thing to check is if the heating element is good. You'll have to (carefully) disassemble the unit.
Another thing that is possible, depending on the unit, is that the fuse is blown on the internal circuitry of the oil heater. A third possibility is that the thermostat is defective or has a short circuit.
If you are not comfortable monkeying around in the guts of the unit, call the company and ask what service options are available.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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