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#21 Dan Webster

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 05:02 PM

well at least its warm weather now maybe if you ask your landlord to fix it it will be ready by next fall
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Posted 12 June 2006 - 01:43 AM

I recently posted about a heating coil that I had shorted and thus broke.  I asked about ways to replace the coil and ended up stretching out the remaining half of the coil to the contact and re-installing in into the heater (a very old wall mounted Thermador approx 2.5X1.5)  Anyway everything went back together okay and the wires and contacts seem to soild and I remembered to flip the breaker back on after maintenance, but the heater will not work.  No humming or buzzing to indicate that the heater is getting power.  Absolutely nothing when I turn the dial to the low position.  Did I break somthing else besides the coil element when it shorted and broke? What could be the problem?  Where should I start?

 

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