Question about Heating & Cooling
Not knowing what kind of heater this is, I will assume that you are referring to a small plug in 110 volt room heater since you mention power outlet. Check the amp rating of your heater verses the breaker. Remember if it is a wall plug that there are other plugs on the same breaker. Breakers work two ways, as an over current (amps) and thermal protection (heat). It could range from too close of a current draw for the breaker and heating it up or a loose wiring connection at the breaker or wall plug. Loose could also be the problem for a central unit. After it runs a while place your finger on the front of the breaker to see if it feels hot, it should not get warm
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