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No heat but fan works L5600

After one year the heater stopped working, the fan motor still works, there is/was no dust build up at all, except the coil is pretty crusty in spots. Is it the coil? The thermostat? or the thermostat switch?

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    Same problem but with a Dayton 2E440 electric wall heater...do you have a solution? ltt7580@aol.com

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If you can see any sign of a crack in the coil (Hot Surface Ignitor/HSI) it is probably bad.
If the inducer fan starts (the small fan) and you don't see the ignitor glow, it is almost definitely the ignitor.
Hope this helps
Matt

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