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the heating coil may be broken and shorting out to the case. it is a nichrome resistance wire. replace it.

Patton PUH680-U... | Answered on Jan 12, 2019


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Patton PQH307UM... | Answered on Dec 16, 2018


My Patton PUH682 utility heater from 2011 is otherwise in excellent condition but Auto Safety Shut-Off seems to be a design problem. My overheat sensor quickly shut off the unit when surrounding air was cool. It is inside the bottom of the fan box wired between the on/off potentiometer and heating coils.
I identified it by turning on the heater and watched the metal contacts separate as it tripped. On my unit, the defective overheat sensor is hardwired. Since it was otherwise useless as a heater, I decided to jerry-rig it and hope for the best. I pried back the sheet metal edge of the fan box and wrapped the sensor with electrical tape. Then I took a very small squeezable metal paper clip and lined it with electrical tape. I clamped it over the overheat sensor and it fits perfectly to prevent the metal plates from separating. Now the heater works the way it should. The cable, coils and plug don't overheat on Hot setting and it runs continuously.

Patton PUH9000-U... | Answered on Nov 16, 2018


My Mighty Heater 1500 will run for 15sec then shuts off then repeats it over an over

Patton PUH680-U... | Answered on Nov 16, 2018


reboot router, reboot the device.

Patton Computers... | Answered on Jul 31, 2018


ONE SHOULD BE LOW 2 SHOULD BE HI ,FANS ARE HARD TO HEAR DO TO THE FACT IT IS A RADIANT HEATER.

Patton PQH307UM... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018


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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Patton Heating &... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017


Nickel Chrome hard wire in coils for heater element are not worth stocking as new complete heaters are very inexpensive and as a qualified electrician must fit it, to replace the heater element is not cost effective.

Patton MH761... | Answered on Jul 15, 2017

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