Tools Featured in this Teardown

Introduction

The guide will provide a detailed teardown guide from beginning to end.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Space Heater, use our service manual.

Remove the grill from corner to corner. Remove the grill from corner to corner. Remove the grill from corner to corner.
  • Remove the grill from corner to corner.

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Carefully remove the screws and place them aside. Carefully remove the screws and place them aside.
  • Carefully remove the screws and place them aside.

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As seen in the pictures, set the screwdriver on the edge of the cover and pry it out. As seen in the pictures, set the screwdriver on the edge of the cover and pry it out. As seen in the pictures, set the screwdriver on the edge of the cover and pry it out.
  • As seen in the pictures, set the screwdriver on the edge of the cover and pry it out.

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Remove sticker in order to open the plastic casing of the heater. Remove sticker in order to open the plastic casing of the heater.
  • Remove sticker in order to open the plastic casing of the heater.

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Slowly and carefully pry the plastic casing. Slowly and carefully pry the plastic casing.
  • Slowly and carefully pry the plastic casing.

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Apply pressure onto the sides of the switch while pushing it outwards. Apply pressure onto the sides of the switch while pushing it outwards.
  • Apply pressure onto the sides of the switch while pushing it outwards.

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Unscrew the four screws located in the rear of the device. Remove the fan. Unscrew the four screws located in the rear of the device. Remove the fan. Unscrew the four screws located in the rear of the device. Remove the fan.
  • Unscrew the four screws located in the rear of the device. Remove the fan.

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I keep having problems with that little part that looks like a pen cap - white plastic. Is it a connector ou a fuse?

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