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I have a creswell inspire electric wall mounted fire could you please tell me how to change to bulbs

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have you checked fuse to bulb some electric heaters have a fuse for bulbs and fans so it might be a small inline fuse that you need to change

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most of those electric fireplaces have a band of paper with holes in it that rotates around a light bulb this gives the illusion that the fire is flickering the motors that rotate that band of paper go out all the time its just a little electric motor you might be able to get one from the manufacture

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Fire wont flicker on my electric fireplace


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Hi there. I have just moved in to a flat & have been asked if my stoves 050531075 gas oven is fitted with something called a FSD (Fire Suppresion Device) Would you be able to tell me please?


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The light has gone out on my dimplex ASP20 fire.


There are several light bulbs that create the flame effect. However, it's unusual for all to go bad at one time. If you still have your Owners Manual, it will tell and show you how to access and change the bulbs. In the meantime, turn the Master ON/OFF switch to OFF and Unplug the unit from the wall outlet. Wait 12 to 15 minutes and plug the unit back in. Turn ON the Master ON/OFF switch and test each function one at a time. Hopefully, the time unplugged gave the unit time enough to reset itself. However, if this continues to occur on a regular basis, contact Dimplex USA, Technical Service at
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If you want to Troubleshoot and access the bulbs yourself: Remove the Plexiglas from the front of the fireplace and carefully remove the logs. The ember bed below where the logs were sitting will lift out and you'll have complete access to the bulbs. The bulbs are 60 watt, small base, chandlier bulbs.

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I have a wall mounted electric fire with flame option,I have changed the bulb but cannot get the flame effect to work. The falme wheel is turning but no light effect.


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The manual will probably not tell you how to do it, due to liability concerns.

More and more manufacturer's have chosen to stop providing an easy access panel for this.

Instead, you'd have to remove the outer cover to replace the bulb.

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With a brand and model number, we may be able to give you more specific advice, along with important safety tips.

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