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Valliant timeswitch 110 heating system fails to switch on when on constant setting??

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Check the timer switch, there is a micro switch inside that could have been damaged.


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Most likely, is a broken heating element. 2nd most likely is a thermostat switch that has failed. 3rd most likely is a burnt wire.

If you'd care to fix this yourself,
You will be needing to find a testing instrument to see what is wrong. That would be like a volt/ohm meter or a multi-tester.
First, see if you are getting current to the dryer.
Open the back of the dryer and fine the electric hookup.
You should be getting 110 volts to each side of the 3 wire hookup. The center screw/nut is a ground.
If you have a 4 wire dryer, the extra green wire is also a ground, and should be hooked off to the side.
If you have 110 volts to each of the two sides, then you would remove the back of the dryer, to find the wires for the heating element and all the thermostat switches.
If you have 110 to only one of the sides, check the plug on the wall or floor, and the circuit breaker in the hall or garage or wherever.
Next, you would be removing the plug of the dryer, and check the heating element and the thermostat switches with your resistance setting on the meter.
Unplug each of the items you are testing one at a time.
One of them will show "no current is getting through".
That is you defective part.
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