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My heater was working fine for 2 days. I unplugged it for the night and the next morning it wont do anything. Its like its not plugged in. The fan doesnt spin, there is no preheating of the element. nothing. there is power to the plug, havent checked it at the motor.

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There is a fuse on your circuit board I would check to make sure that this fuse has not blown.

If this fuse is not blown then make sure you are getting power through the switch to the board.

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