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My fireplace does not light up in back.(yellow leds)Heater works fine.Model FL28-R.The red (leds) are working .I tested the dimmer control and it is working fine.Also I changed changed wires from red lights to yellow lights and the came on, so yellow (leds) are fine something on circuit board must be gone.I would greatly appreciate some help. THANKS

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SOURCE: my heater on my coleman electric fireplace Model

HI,
Sorry for my english, I,m french. I'm from Québec, Canada.

I have the same problem with my fireplace. Same model.

Do you have the manual or the papers who came with the fireplace. My electrician need it. May you scan or fax to me?

Thank you very much.

Jacques Blanchet
Fax: 1-819-762-0130
email: jacques.blanchet@cableamos.com

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