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Hot-cool ha when will heater be returned?

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Hi there, it's Jack at Dyson.

If you've returned your AM04 or AM05 heater to us for the engineering fix following the recent voluntary recall, we'll have it back with you as soon as we're able to. Our aim is to retrieve, fix, clean and return all affected heaters as quickly and painlessly as possible - this is free for all affected Dyson owners.

If you'd like to get in touch to discuss your concerns, please visit http://www.dysonrecall.com

Posted on Sep 29, 2014

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Minimum Air Temperature at Floor Outlet 52.2° C (126° F) 56.1° C (133° F) 59.4° C (139° F) 62.2° C (144° F)
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OBSTRUCTED COOLANT FLOW
Possible locations or causes of obstructed coolant flow: Pinched or kinked heater hoses. Improper heater hose routing. Plugged heater hoses or supply and return ports at the cooling system connections. A plugged heater core. If proper coolant flow through the cooling system is verified, and heater outlet air temperature is still low, a mechanical problem may exist.
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