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Timed heat stoped working

Unit is about 15yrs old, was working fine, then got intermittant-would only work for the first few minutes, then stoped working. Cleaned out the exh duct - no change. High heat works fine.

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  • r_clark Jan 23, 2009

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Rude little guy, aren't you. In fact you did receive an answer, and a very sensible one, to your posted question about this problem. You've posted the question three times. I see that you were given what seems like some very sound advice, for FREE no less, by an individual who I'd say knows exactly what they are talking about. If you choose not to follow up on that advice, you're on your own. Further, you blame the site and it's people for not finding your solution. Yet, you seem to not take in to account that none of us are there to visually inspect the problem. You certainly can't expect that, for free, someone will rush over to your home and fix it for you, any more than you can expect us to telepathically determine the precise cause of the problem.

In turn, you have given advice on 10 different problems with vehicles that other people have posted. Some of your advice is moderately ok. A few of your responses are downright rude and uncalled for, and at least 2 of your pieces of advice could easily cause someone to damage their vehicle if they attempt them, causing them to need to pay even more to a professional to repair them.

Your safest bet, in my personal opinion (not that it will mean much to someone like yourself) is to leave repair work to those who know something about it, and the next time you need advice, pay a professional. You came here for FREE advice. Don't expect miracles for free. If you want absolute certainty, pay the price to have someone come look at the problem so you can get a precise solution immediately


Good luck, and have a nice day.

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