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Why does my delonghi dfh132 heater keep switching itself off after about 2 mins on the hottest setting. this is really annoying and doesn't heat the room up, also i have to switch it off by the plug for at least 5 mins for it to start working again?

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Clean the unit from lint that can cause overheating, if that does not help, then replace the thermostat that is causing the problem.

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