Thank you everyone, I will try your suggestion and let you know outcome :)
Take it off the wall. turn upside down shake?
***SWICH OFF / UNPLUG FIRST*** You could try a basic metal coat hanger, straightened out, to try to hook the things out....or a £1 SHOP "grabber" thingy....red handle, 30cm long wire-like bendy shaft with wee protruding "grabbers" on the end. You press the small plunger on the handle and the wee grabbers pop out...like fishing! Most £1 shops have them in Tools section. Good Luck!
I doubt it - these are high powered heater (3kW) and hence will be delibrately designed not to be 'easy' to get into. Please don't attempt to open this up unless you are totally confident in what you are doing. If not sure I suggest you try to find someone else to do this for you. I would not use the heater until these items are removed - the plastic is likely to melt and eventually ignite if they are touching (or very near to) the heating element. There is no good outcome should this happen - best case senario is a lot of black smoke and a damaged heater, worst case a lot, lot worse! The heater really should be designed with a grid on the top to prevent what your child has been able to do!!
I'm afraid there's no easy way, unless you can use a long stick with something sticky on the end to try (blu tack, chewing gum, sellotape wrapped around in a ball) and get out that way. Don't use the heater unless the plastic is out, they can melt and catch a light causing potential hazardous fumes or house fire. ** please make sure you isolate the heater at the mains or fuse box before sticking anything in the heater!! **
Updated 4th Nov 2014Last updated 4th Nov 2014 by username.already.takenLocalLocal
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