Question about Steamist SM-79 7900
If the unit is new, there is likely a problem in the generator it connects to. Since this is all a proprietary interconnection it is unlikely you can find any way to test the parts individually.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
SOURCE: I Have the SM-46 model,and
Most likely your problem is that the heating elements are burnt out... the water runs through but it is not being heated to turn it to steam....
To check it out for sure some testing should be done on the elements to see if they have continuity. and OHM meter can be used to do this.
There also looks like there is a circuit board with relays that could be a problem, but if you are hearing it kick in then I think the relays are pulling in but the heating elements are bad...
Posted on May 18, 2011
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