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Thermistor value The 2 Thermistors in the heating eliment are OPEN what is there value?

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Re: Thermistor value

Are you speaking of the thermal fuses?? There should be a value like 102c or 110c or something like that. if both sides of the heating coil thermal fuses are open they got that way for a reason as they dont just open up. They are there so your house dosent burn down. Make sure that the heating coil didnt go bad and change resistive value as drawing too much current would overheat the coil and cause these puppys to pop open, PLEASE BE CAREFULL Oh and if the markings burnt off the device, go to black& Decker's web site as I order parts for my tools all the time, put in the model # get the parts list as well as part #s and prices to order them. Good Luck

Posted on Apr 10, 2006

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Thank's for your help .I have changed the rubber tube and element and thermistors it is working fine now .
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