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No heat The fan on this unit runs, but there is no heat. I have power to both leads. Can you help

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  • Anonymous Dec 17, 2008

    I have the same issue, seems like the coils are out.

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The element above the fan has brobably gone bad. you can take the grill off of the wall and inspect the coils for breaks with a flashlight. if you do see a break in the coils then the heater is toast.

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