Question about Hardware & Accessories
Your question is a bit hard to understand.
You have a plug-in timer.
It's connected to a space heater.
The timer powers ON correctly.
But for some reason the heater does not turn ON?
I think you should check the wattage of your space heater and compare it to the wattage of your timer.
A lot of plug-in timers are pushed to the limit at 1000Watts
Your space heater is 1200W or 1500Watts probably.
Buy an appliance timer to handle the space heater load.
Intermatic HB113C timer handles 2000Watts
It will be safe.
Set two on-off functions per day
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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