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Unit is not lighting off. would line the eleclicial control circuit to test the heater

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Do u require a manual? plse also provide the model number of ur device

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Thee must be a problem with the circuit. Try asking for hands on support.

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Provide details about model number ..........

provide more info ......

check the inlet power supply to the unit ..........

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