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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most base board heaters installation instructions say to attach to the wall with screws which are slack ( not fully tightened) in order to allow the heater case to expand and contract otherwise you get a clicking noise
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
the stat works using a bi metalic strip so that click you here is making a contact and telling the boiler to call for heating so if you getting no click you need a new room stat. Replace with same model and note the wiring most stats only use 2/3 wires depending on system
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
SOURCE: Gas Furnace trouble
the thermostat sends a signal to the circuit board. Not knowing anymore than I do about your heater or furnace I would suggest that that is a good place to start. Any limit or safety switch wouldnt coincidentally shut off the heater when it reached the set temp.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
It sounds like the gas valve has some debris in it that is causing internal relay from opening without some help. I would check and clean electrical connections on gas valve and make sure you are getting at least 24 volts to gas valve when thermostat iscalling for heat. I would also actuate gas valve several times in a row to see if it frees up any. If that doesn't help you probably need to replace gas valve. I think you will need a new valve but it's worth a try. Good luck. Thank you.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
SOURCE: power at the wall thermostat,
It could be, here is what I do to verify that the problem is in the thermostat. Remove the thermostat from it's mounting plate, you should now be able to see the wiring for the thermostat. Locate the red and white wires, they usually run the control for the heat, now place a jumper to join the red and white wires. The heater will now run with out a thermostat, if it runs yes it is the thermostat, if not you need to look in to the control side of things. This means either good electrical trouble shooting skills or time for the repair man.Good luck
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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These two lights indicate a fault in the heating circuit.
You would require to have access to and be able to use a multimeter to test the heater if the machine isn't actually heating the water.
If it is heating the water then obviously we know the fault isn't with the heater.
Check the heater first.
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