Electric Heater won't turn on?

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Answer #1 | 12/12 2013 15:25
“Beep” means there’s power. No heat means the resistive heating element is not GETTING power. As Gatzap says, the thermostat could be confused and think it’s warm enough already. An internal fuse generally would blow before the “beep” producing logic board. So a broken resistive coil is fairly likely. Of the last two 12vDC heaters I saw fail, one was the switch; the other was the DC plug actually MELTING. Fuse didn’t blow even then.
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