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Problem with wall mounted electrical fire

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by stef86, 11 Jul 2011.

  1. stef86

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    Hi to all!

    Bought a wall mounted electric fire 15mnths ago,basically stopped working got an electrician collegue to teat the fire and he cane to the conclusion the switch was busted I can send a pic to anyone who has any ideas as where online I could possibly order one from it's about 2"square has one main switch on/off and 3 buttons above that one for on/off one for flame and one for heater the flame button dose basic on and off the heater button pressed once dose a low height press it again and it dose a higher heat any suggestions would be appreciated and I appologise a can't upload a pic to save this pretty limited description!
     
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    do u have the make? model? model number?
     
  3. stef86

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    All I have is a daft bar code with the voltage and watt of bulb no serial number make model number? It's a joke even homebase will not tell us the supplier as they don't know . Am not so fussed about the heater part but looks pretty crap without the lighted flame effect
     
  4. ban-all-sheds

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    Some punctuation to make your post readable would be a good start.
     
  5. OwainDIYer

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    Take fire back to where you bought it from and demand repair/replacement/refund.

    An electric fire should last longer than 15 months.
     

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