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How to replace element in bathroom wall-mounted IRD 1000A heater

I have removed reflector but can't see how to remove element.

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Make sure disconect the sercuit braker off before you remove the heater from the wall. Safty is first !

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SOURCE: Remove the base of a pedestal sink.

There are two bolts on either side of the sink. Remove them and lift the sink off of the base. Sometimes, depending on who installed it, you can slide the base out without removing the sink. Hope this helps.

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simple remove the plate then there are two screws that you need to unscrew then you pull the whole thing out.

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just spoke with a Coby technician. Where the base connects to the TV you can literally just squeeze in those the plastic pieces and they come right off. After that just unscrew the screws underneath. Just did it and it was very easy.

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SOURCE: need heat element for fasco wall mounted bathroom heater

try to found a local manufacture for heating elements, like http://rezistoterm.xhost.ro/ , give them the old heat element and the power of the bathroom heater (ex: 3000W and 220v, or 2000W and 110V) and they wil macke new oane and much chep like an original one.

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6) Grab a stub flat blade screwdriver or a short screwdriver (you aren't going to have much room), raise the top (use your head to prop it up) and remove the sheet metal screw securing the mounting ******** top of the heater chimney (it's way to the back and to your left). Before you remove the strap note how it is looped through the slot on top of the chimney.
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7) Go back to the rear of the machine and pull the top of the chimney back and out of the drum bulkhead. Note how the chimney sits on two mounting brackets for later reinstallation. Lift the chimney up and off of its mounting brackets.
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9) Position the chimney above the mounting brackets and carefully lower it into the slots. Push the top of the chimney back into the hole in the drum bulkhead. If the chimney doesn't fit snugly into the hole, check the alignment of the slots at the base of the chimney with those in the mounting brackets.
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See Figure 1
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Fig. 1: Exploded view of a fog lamp assembly

  1. Remove the lamp stone shields, the four bezel attaching screws, and the bezel.
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  3. Remove the bulb holder from the assembly. Remove the element from the bulb.

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