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The clicking is likely the thermostat working as it should to regulate the temperature- no problem- it's normal.
By Rob on February 9, 2014
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Now I have had 2 of these bought a few years apart (they both still work). When I got them I put them outside and ran them on high for an hour as others suggested. I never had a smell after that. However I never ran them on high again as that is my position on everything I use. I do not believe most things last long ru… see more Now I have had 2 of these bought a few years apart (they both still work). When I got them I put them outside and ran them on high for an hour as others suggested. I never had a smell after that. However I never ran them on high again as that is my position on everything I use. I do not believe most things last long run on high in general. see less Now I have had 2 of these bought a few years apart (they both still work). When I got them I put them outside and ran them on high for an hour as others suggested. I never had a smell after that. However I never ran them on high again as that is my position on everything I use. I do not believe most things last long run on high in general.
By erick p on October 21, 2016
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Agree with earlier answers. I have two units that predate the one with a thermostat, and they work great. The problem with the thermostat unit is that the sensor is right by the radiator. It gets warm and kicks off before the area around it is warm. The solution is to set the thermostat 10 degrees warmer than you think… see more Agree with earlier answers. I have two units that predate the one with a thermostat, and they work great. The problem with the thermostat unit is that the sensor is right by the radiator. It gets warm and kicks off before the area around it is warm. The solution is to set the thermostat 10 degrees warmer than you think it should be. You can adjust from there for personal preference. see less Agree with earlier answers. I have two units that predate the one with a thermostat, and they work great. The problem with the thermostat unit is that the sensor is right by the radiator. It gets warm and kicks off before the area around it is warm. The solution is to set the thermostat 10 degrees warmer than you think it should be. You can adjust from there for personal preference.
By P. Davis on February 5, 2015
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I don't know why you couldn't. You'll just need to be aware of how drafty the space is and the size. A single unit can heat up to 300 square feet without too much trouble.
By Robert Taylor on December 13, 2017
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I use these in the center of the barn, but not in the actual stalls with my horses and alpacas. I know the wattage settings because I use a diesel generator as backup for power outages in Winter. The minimal setting is 700 watts, and this is what we use most of the time. It uses 1500 watts at the highest or at a highe… see more I use these in the center of the barn, but not in the actual stalls with my horses and alpacas. I know the wattage settings because I use a diesel generator as backup for power outages in Winter. The minimal setting is 700 watts, and this is what we use most of the time. It uses 1500 watts at the highest or at a higher setting. We are quite pleased. see less I use these in the center of the barn, but not in the actual stalls with my horses and alpacas. I know the wattage settings because I use a diesel generator as backup for power outages in Winter. The minimal setting is 700 watts, and this is what we use most of the time. It uses 1500 watts at the highest or at a higher setting. We are quite pleased.
By redherringfarmer on January 17, 2017
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I wouldn't run a space heater through any switch, extension cord or anything but plug it straight into a receptacle. A 1500 W heater is going to be pulling a lot of current - around 12 or 13 amps. If the heater is on constantly, or often, the switch is going to heat up a bit. Plus the heater won't perform quite as well.
By David on November 25, 2015
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By Joy M. Lipski on December 2, 2014
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The specifications say 25.2"H x 9.06"W x 13.78"D and it very close by eyeball to those measurements. It may actually be 10" and 14" but the other measurement is correct.
By Amazon Customer on December 14, 2016
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The design is a little different on newer models and some have a digital readout. In all honesty, I prefer the basic model so long as it is a genuine Delonghi. The generic copies of this device have been known to leak oil. Such an occurrence is rare in a Delonghi and usually only occurs if the device was badly mistre… see more The design is a little different on newer models and some have a digital readout. In all honesty, I prefer the basic model so long as it is a genuine Delonghi. The generic copies of this device have been known to leak oil. Such an occurrence is rare in a Delonghi and usually only occurs if the device was badly mistreated and broken. see less The design is a little different on newer models and some have a digital readout. In all honesty, I prefer the basic model so long as it is a genuine Delonghi. The generic copies of this device have been known to leak oil. Such an occurrence is rare in a Delonghi and usually only occurs if the device was badly mistreated and broken.
By redherringfarmer on December 28, 2016