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Hello i have delonghi bambino radiator its has switched off ( safety reset overheated) can any one advise me how to reset it thanks

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It does have a thermal safety and it very well could be the problem. I looked up this review for you. I hope it is what you were looking for. Roger http://products.howstuffworks.com/delonghi-dragon-oil-filled-radiator-heater-hm25e-review.htm

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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