Question about Bionaire BH3930 Oil Filled Radiator Heater
Turn the Master switch to OFF and plug the heater and leave unplugged for 30 minutes, That should give it time to reset itself. If it doesn't work after that, it's probably fried.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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AUTO SAFETY SHUT OFF
The heater has a built in safety device which
will switch off the heater automatically in case
of accidental overheating. It can only resume
operation when the user has reset the unit. For the
BPH1520 (OH)will display in an overheat situation.
To reset the heater:
1. Unplug the heater and wait for 30 minutes
for the heater to cool down.
2. After the 30 minutes, plug the heater in
again and operate normally.
fOR FUTURE REFERENCE HERE IS A COPY OF THE OWNERS MANUAL
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