Question about Holmes Products HCH6001 Heater
It may, but it could also be a faulty receptacle depending on how old it is or the amperage draw from the heater may be to high. Especially, if you have another electric appliance plugged into the same receptacle. That's where you need to start troubleshooting. If the wiring and the receptacle is fine, then there is more than likely an electrical short in the heater or the cord from the heater to the receptacle.
In the meantime, unplug the heater from the receptacle and let it cool while you do the troubleshooting. If you decide to remove the receptacle, be sure to turn the circuit breaker feeding that receptacle to OFF. Or you may have a shocking experience.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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