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Let's try trouble shooting the situation, and see what clues we have:

Are there any lights lit?-- How do we know for sure, we have power into the unit?

Are there any resets?- or maybe turning the Thermostat all the way to one end of it's travel, or the other, might re-set it?

There must be some clues-- Unplug it, and start from the beginning, and listen, and observe everything for ANY CLUES!

Let us know what you find, and tell us any clues you see or hear.

Mack B.

Lakewood 2727... | Answered on Jan 17, 2011


they are a sealed heater you can't add oil to get more heat, if you can must be a new type i haven't seen, but if not hot enough throw away and buy a heater that works they work on the principal that an element heats the oil and runds on an internal thermostat to control temperature of oil, your element may be starting to deteriate the same as hot water you only notice with hot water as it starts to not heat the water as much and you feel this in a shower or bath but you won't notice the same in oil heater it won't heat as it has and it may also be the thermostat, inside heater i wouldn't even bother trying to repair waste of time and money i would buy a proper working heater prefrably one that could be fixed to go better after its starts to deteriate a lttle

Lakewood 2727... | Answered on Nov 29, 2010


no keep it standing up.. no not in sub zero

Lakewood 2727... | Answered on May 11, 2010


I had the 5101 I just sent it back last week to manufacturer,most of oil filled heaters make a noise as the oil heats up. The 5101 had a black control panel &black wheels & foot rest. Hope i was of some help. If u have more ? let me know. slinger5@localnet.com

Lakewood 2727... | Answered on Oct 10, 2008


another option for you would be to use crimp on terminal connectors(**** connectors) you may purchase these from most hardware stores. Even using these I would still tape around the outside to ensure a good insulating surface.

Lakewood 2727... | Answered on Jun 04, 2008


sorry no clue as to what you even have thew front rest

Lakewood Heating... | Answered on Sep 12, 2019


SORRY BUT THIS REPAIR FORUM DOES NOT SEARCH FOR PARTS .

Lakewood Heating... | Answered on Mar 15, 2019

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