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I use it in a insulated shed and leave it on all the time but the other day it quit working. It is getting electricity to it ?

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Check the circuit it is plugged into first with a tester or something else.
If it is 240v there are two hot wires.
You have to examine it first for power and then I would check the thermostat next.
You could have an open element.

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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