Question about Master Heaters Master B115DT 115,000BTU Fan Forced Air Heater with Thermostat
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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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