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Old model 1500w built in 1988. Heater works, fan doesn't. Does anyone carry parts for these anymore. Its a reach I know.

it is a far reach because you have not bothered to include make and model in your question
try getting up the manufacturers web page and see if it has a parts tab and contact them

Jan 14, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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Garrison oil filled heater 1500W model #CYAU-7 manual

Try Googling (garrison)(CYAU-7)(manual) without parens.

Oct 11, 2016 | Heating & Cooling

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" 1500-w wall convector" from uberhaus compared to "1500-w electronic converter" Stelpro

One of the main differences is the stelpro is 110 volts and the uberhaus is 240.

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I need to program my garrison convection heater 1500W

i want the spects for the 1500w garrison plug-in convecton heathger

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Heater runs 1 cycle then turns off

Replaced 301 80C 16A thermostat, purchased on ebay for $6.00, fixed problem. to Fix standing at front, Remove left side panel, two small screws hold thermostat in place. LifeSmart wants $36.00 for same part. Fixed problem.

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My crown 1500w oil filled heater will not work I have changed fuse in plug no different can you advise please?


My experience with those oil filled heaters is that they don't make the thermostat and the internal wiring heavy enough... therefore the thermostat and/or the woring burns up in them...after enough time and heat they no longer work...they are repairable, but you cannot get the appropriate parts to fix them in most cases...


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Delonghi 5 fin 700/800/1500w, oil filled heater.

It sounds like you have a lemon. The heat exchanger tube has developed a hole somewhere. These things are designed for the small element inside to heat up the oil, and that is supposed to radiate the heat. It would be dangerous to use without any kind of oil. The element would burn out hopefully before it started a fire, but not necessarily. I don't know what kind of oil they use, but its a thin viscosity, like some turbine oil. You can patch the hole and try some pump oil or something, but I personally don't think its a good idea. I wouldn't do it.

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