Question about Pelonis Heating & Cooling
The heater will not come on. The light does not come on. The fan does not turn.
Posted by Anonymous on
If the symptoms are as described, the heater probably has failed completely.
Posted on May 01, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: install and hot wire heater
You can be assured that the element is 240 volt. The fan motor is also rated at 240 volt. the wires you have black - black are the connections you make to the line. Use a 12/2 with ground. Use a double pole 20 breaker in your panelbox. The green wire is the equipment ground - connect this to the bare wire from the 12/2. On the 12/2 cable - there will be two colors, one black and one white. Wrap a couple of turns of black tape on the white wire both at the heater location and on the white in the panelbox. connect the 12/2 to your 2 pole breaker, the black wire and the taped white to the breaker.
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
try this, take off the top cover. plug in the heater and when the humming starts, rotate the fan sharply with a screwdriver. keep your fingers away from the fan. if the fan spins under power your start winding is shot. get a new motor. www dot desatech dot com
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
about the only way I can figure is to let the room get very cool and adjust the thermostat to its lowest setting. now turn on the unit. monitor the heat until the stat just opens. the thermostat bimetal will be closed and will open when the bimetal expands and opens its contacts. another way is to hitch up a chart recorder to measure temperature with its output connected to the heater. [too expensive for you or the DIY to accomplish]
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
SOURCE: k 484A fan forced wall heater
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
I had the same problem. I took the nozzle head off and blew through it with air. I also blew through the air line, this is the one that goes to motor. It has worked fine ever since.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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