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Can't get my oil column heater to work. Goldair GOC311. No power light when on the high or low settings. No heat. ? Stuck

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SOURCE: Hi, I have a Goldair oil column heater which is a

im sure it has a fuse-able link that will melt when the temp gets to high. it is a safety option

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