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I have an eldectalog stove heater, worked wonderful all winter until now. the "Lights" come on but no matter the settings I change on the back it continues to opperate like the no heat setting. I'm wondering if there is something inside i need to replace like a light bulb. there is nothing within a foot of either side or within 5 feet in front and its not overheating because the heat isn't ever coming on? What should I do.

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The system may need resetting. Turn the Master ON/OFF switch to OFF. Unplug the unit and wait 12 to 15 minute. Plug the unit back in, turn the Master ON/OFF switch to ON and operate as you normally would. If it reset it should work normally. If it doesn't the heat overload switch has failed and needs to be replaced.

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