An electric heater that blows cold air could be caused by several reasons. Check out this blog post for troubleshooting help.
The appearance of soot, or black discoloration on the walls around electric wall heaters, is not caused by the heater itself.
Grill discoloration can be caused by dirt or lint build-up in the heating element.
We’ve already showed you how to switch the TH114 non-programmable thermostat from Celsius to Fahrenheit now it’s time to learn how to do the same thing for the TH115 thermostat, which is a programmable model.
Wondering how to change the TH114 electronic thermostat from Celsius to Fahrenheit? Follow the step-by-step guide in our latest video.
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If your wall heater is cycling on and off every 15 seconds, and you are controlling your heater with a digital thermostat, then likely you need to update one of the thermostat settings.
If the heater does not turn on, it may have reached abnormal temperatures. If the manual reset trips (which turns the heater off), the heater probably needs to be cleaned or it’s blocked.
Make sure the voltage supply matches the heater rating and that the heater is clean. If it continues to run slowly, the motor and/or heater may need to be serviced or replaced.
Learn how to fix baseboard heater covers in a short video from the Cadet tech support team.