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Cadet baseboard heater not working

I have a home with Cadet baseboard heaters. One has stopped working. The manual suggested checking wires, which are all connected and wired correctly. It then says that the limit may be defective and to replace it.

Where is the limit, how do I determine if it's defective, and how do I replace it?

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First... did this heater work properly in the past?? if not, the wiring may be incorrect..... but to answer your question the safety limit is usually on the left end of the baseboard (inside the small cover). it is the round thing that is installed inline on the wiring. replacing it is an easy fix... just be sure to turn off the electric power FIRST.

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The limit is a safety switch inside the unit to keep it from overheating if the fan doesn't turn on and is located inside the unit with what should be only 2 wires ran to it. you can determine if it is fauly by putting the leads of a multimeter while in the continuity mode, onto each lead of the switch, if the meter does not beep when this is done then it means that this switch is stuck in the open position and simply needs replacing. because it should automatically reset itself when it cools down.

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