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We have a Dimplex "Oil Filled Column Radiator" Model OFC2411TI It has been turned off (and unplugged) all summer and now that we have turned it on, the Electronic Timer Operation panel does not light up. The neon at the top is glowing indicating the power is on, but even when the machine was turned on for 16 hours, no heat was produced. Thanks in anticipation ****

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  • stacey22 May 25, 2009

    Same ~ switched on and a dim light on the electronic timer but even hitting reset won't turn it on, there doesn't seem to be anyway to get the cover off to change the battery, does anyone know how to do this or override the electronic timer so the heater works manually?

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