Question about Dimplex Heating & Cooling
FIRE MADE BANG AND HASNT WORKED.CHANGED THE FUSE IN THE PLUG BUT NOTHING HAPPENED
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello. It could be possible that a piece or some of the foil that gives the flame effect has fallen down on the motor, that creates the heat. This could be causing the noise. I would not think this is an electrics problem.
I would ensure the electric fire is disconnected from any power supply and either open the heater myself or get a electrical specialist to have a look. Then you will see exactly what is happening. A piece of foil may be visible which is catching the motor.
If you decide to tackle the problem yourself write down how to put the heater back together as you take each part out. These parts would be covers etc. It can easily get confusing. That is important.
Posted on May 19, 2009
Dimplex has a Service Manual for your Heater. I recommend requesting the manual through their Literature Request website. I located the owner's manual and the troubleshooting guide via their website, but it appears you will need to request the Service Manual.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
SOURCE: won't fire
It may also be the high temp switches under the 2" inlet/outlet header. The 150 degree high-limit switch sits horizontal and corrosion happens often there. But be careful removing as if the header is corroded and the switch is also, water will flow out , so be ready to bypass the heater. You will have to replace the header. Try to jumpe that switch out and I'll bet the heater fires up.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
I have the same problem with 3 of the 5 EPX1000s I have fitted in my flat, although mine don't even warm up. They just immediately turn themselves off. My only conclusion is that they are rubbish. Specifically, the so-called overheat protection doesn't work. Avoid.
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
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