10 questions from our users
Does this heater have a fan, doesnt seem to be heating a quite small room
No this one does not have a fan it just heats up and as long as you leave it on from early it keep the small room heated. I also put the two switches on at first then when I find it has started to heat the room I normally turn one of them off.
We bought new one 11fin 2400 today. Waited to heat room for 3 hours but there is no change in room temperature. It's medium studio room..
I am not sure what the issue could be. Is the heater hot to touch? I close all doors, as the heat noticeably escapes if I dont. I use the timer to heat at about 4am, and by 6am the room is nice and comfortable. I have the heat turned up to full, and I adjust it as needed.
If it is not heating, it may be faulty, or heat is escaping. Hope this helps.
How to stop the tickling noise in the heater? The noise is there no matter whether the heater is on manual or timer mode. It's so annoying and disturbing my sleep at night!
Hi Amy, please contact the customer service centre during business hours regarding this on 1300 139 798. Thanks, the Kambrook team.
Amy...get a refund if you can...this should not happen and sounds like the heater is defective...cheers
Is the timer continuous or do I need to reset it every day? I just purchased the KOH111 and it would seem when the timer runs out and turns off the machine, it also turns off the timer. Am I not doing something correctly or is this a faulty unit?
It's continuous once set and timer turned on. Mine turns on and off at the same time every day, no reset required.
How long does it takes to heat up a big room?
Hi Boytigas1001 - the time it takes to heat up a space depends on the room measurements. For cost effective tips to help keep your home warm, go to: https://www.aperfectpantry.com.au/component/easyblog/entry/cost-effective-ways-of-keeping-your-home-toasty-warm?Itemid=200.
For further assistance with this product, please contact the Kambrook customer care team on 1300 139 798 or e-mail email@example.com.
What is its power usage?
Power consumption depends on the size of the room, room temperature (thermostat setting), ventilation and how often and for how long the customer uses the heater for so it is not possible to list the power usage.
On full it uses 2400w. We use it to heat a children's bedroom approx 4m x 4m with 3m ceilings and brick vents, and to maintain a temperature of 18 deg it operates about 40 - 50% of the time.
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