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Febo Electric Fireplace Insert Using remote It Will Not Auto Shutoff when room reaches temp. also If room is Cold & Temp is set higer it will not turn on. U have to manually shut it if or on. there is suppose to 6 degree diff,but I have set it as high as 20 degrees & it still wont work. New remote & new batteries & Also unplugged & reset controls,still won't work. Is it the insert?

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Maybe its the fireplace's ignition spark box at the bottom of the fireplace, its behind the bottom vents and bought one on line and replaced it, easy as pie. Best of luck

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verify the breaker is on (reset) then power up and verify voltage with a meter, there are safty devices that will keep the unit from energizing other than the switch

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It may be that the heater overload switch is shutting it off, because of overheating. Especially, if the heater is used a lot and is a year or more old. You can try to reset the overload switch by unplugging the unit for 10 - 15 minutes. Then plugging it back in again. If that doesn't solve the problem, you need to contact the manufacturer's Technical Service concerning this issue.

Also, cleaning the heating element with a vacuum that has a hose and brush attachment may help solve the problem. As the heating element may be clogged with dust and lint.

Hope this helps solve your problem.

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