Question about Heating & Cooling
Hi Fiona, Unless you a little about elec. and have or get a multi-meter to test the circuits I would suggest to call someone. To test it yourself FIRST MAKE SURE THE POWER IS DISCONNECTED!! Then you will need to disconnect the element and ohm it out to see if it is open or closed. If you get a reading then it is closed and ok. There are also limit switches that keep the heater from over heating that will fail. Other than that there's not much to a heater. If the fan does not come on it's probably a relay.
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