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No power My daughter used this heater in her room for one winter to take edge off. We plugged it in to use this fall and nothing happened. No power light....NOTHING. This was stored inside, so I am unsure of what might be causing the trouble. Hate to buy another after only one year. Didn't think it was a disposable! Chris

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  • cindereall Nov 09, 2007

    This happened to us! We used this heater last winter and it worked fine. Now we plugged it in this winter and the first couple of times we turned it on, it would run for 1 to 3 minutes and then shut off. We cleaned the vent and tried again. Same thing. Then about the fourth time we turned it on...nothing. It would not turn on at all. I agree that this heater should last more than one season. I want my money back if this can't be fixed. Other heaters that I have purchased have lasted at least 8 to 10 years or more.

  • have3at30 Nov 10, 2007

    For anyone having this same problem, I contacted Aloha and they have agreed to replace this heater free of charge. All I have to do is send the nonworking one in. The shipping charge is cheaper than buying a new one!!

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2007

    How do you contact the Aloha company. I have the same problem with my heater, no power. It was working ok but suddenly it just quit. I tried alternative power outlets, it still does not work.

    Bobby W.



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I had the same problem and found it to be the thermal overload relay to be bad. Called Aloha Housewares at 800-295-4448 and they said that they do not sell parts to the public and Iwould have to send it in.

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    The thermal overload relay is on the inside of the heater and is midway up the center and looks round about the size of a nickel held by 2 screws and has 2 terminals plugged into it. Make sure its unplugged and unplug these 2 plugs and connect them together so they make contact and plug the heater in. If it works then the relay is bad. Similar relays are used in dryers and I am currently looking at appliance stores for a replacement. Hope this helps.



Do Not attempt to fix these heaters. This will void your warranty and can cause a fire hazard. Seriously, don't be stupid.

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Jumping the thermal overload relay worked!!!!!!!! thanks!!!!

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