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Heater will not operate!

My Holmes Oil Filled Heater #2505 worked fine yesterday, but today, when I turned it on, there was no power. I moved it to different outlets, but it still does not work! Please help - it was purchased in 11/05. Carol Bryans

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Did you take it apart to see if the switch is good or the thermostat was functioning?  without looking inside, other than saying it don't work, isn't going to solve anything.

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