Andrews Space Heater Problems & Troubleshooting

If you’re like many homeowners, you rely on a space heater to keep you comfortable during the cold winter months. But if your space heater is anything like the one I used to have, it can be a real pain.

The space heater had all sorts of problems – it would turn off randomly, the temperature wouldn’t stay consistent, and it was always making strange noises.

Needless to say, I was pretty happy when I finally got rid of that piece of junk and bought the Andrews space heater! If you’re considering buying an Andrews space heater, make sure you read these reviews first. You’ll thank me later!

Andrews Space Heater is on but not Working

It’s possible that the thermostat is set too low, so the heater is not turning on. Another possibility is that there is something blocking the airflow, such as a blanket or a piece of furniture.

Finally, it’s also possible that the heater has simply stopped working and needs to be replaced. If you have checked all of these things and still can’t get your heater to work, it might be time to call in a professional.

Andrews Space Heater Keeps Turning Off after 2 to 3 Minutes

If your Andrews space heater keeps shutting off after only a few minutes of use, there are a few possible explanations.

One possibility is that the safety mechanism is kicking in to prevent the unit from overworking and overheating. Another possibility is that there isn’t enough airflow around the unit, causing it to shut down.

To fix the first issue, try clearing any debris or obstructions from around the circumference of the unit. Make sure there’s nothing blocking the vents or airflow openings.

As for the second issue, again, start by ensuring there’s nothing blocking the vents or airflow openings. Then, try moving the unit to a different location.

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About Eng. Nelson K.

Nelson is a Chemical and Process Engineer with vast theoretical and practical knowledge of Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, and Mass Transfer.