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I have been using my heater in the garage to prevent my water pipes from freezing. It just quit working today. The lights do not light and it will not heat any longer. What happened and what can I do to fix it?

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Have you checked the circuit breaker or fuse for the circuit that your heater is on? It's possible that you had something else come on that, combined with the current draw of your heater, popped the breaker. If that turns out to be the case, turn the heater switch from high to medium or from medium to low so that you're drawing less current.

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