20 Most Recent Patton POH2520-U Oil Filled Radiator Heater Questions & Answers


I have a manual and would be happy to upload a copy to you. I haven't found a Patton website yet. I'm ultimately hoping to find a place where I can buy replacement wheels for my Patton POH2501, but so far, no luck.

Let me know if you're still in need of the manual.

Patton POH2520-U... | Answered on Nov 04, 2015


Oil heaters produce no fumes or flames and feature whisper-quiet operation. Because the oil within the heater never needs to be replaced, oil-filled heaters are maintenance-free. In addition, these types of heaters are compact and portable - allowing you to carry them from room to room. Many also feature carrying handles or a set of casters for easy mobility
some of these types of heaters have a hole with a plug, that allow you to add oil, but few of these are in use today. so this being said it is most likely the heating element is failing to fully heat up the oil. parts may be found, if researched in detail on the net


also be known that the electrical componets are most likely to fail befor the oil evaporates. so look at all overheating controls and so on.

good luck,

Patton POH2520-U... | Answered on Jan 28, 2011


It' probably just the switch or thermostat

Patton POH2520-U... | Answered on Nov 01, 2009


I have a RD125T heater. At first it would run for a while and shut down. Turn it off and back on it would do the same. Now when it is turned on it acts as if the switch was being turn off and on. Sometimes the heater will fire for a second then shuts down. Most of the time it just shuts down, Forest

Patton POH2520-U... | Answered on Mar 15, 2009


Wires are rated to handle a certain amount of amps. Your dryer cord is bigger than your coffee maker cord because your dryer pulls more amps. What is going on with your heater is your heater is drawing more amps than the wire can handle. Therefore the wire is getting hot, melting the insulation. Hopefully it shorts out before it catches on fire!!! BOTH BAD SCENERIOS!!! It is possible your machine is just excessively dirty, therefore working extremely hard, drawing high amps. If you are able to give a good cleaning, do so. Let dry and turn heater on DURING A TIME WHEN YOU CAN MONITOR IT, NOT OVERNIGHT. See if it has made a significant improvement. If not, it's time for a new heater!! Best Wishes!!

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