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Our heating timeswitch Sunvic select 107XL has suddenly stopped working; not red lights on any setting; so no heat. But it has power, and let's me change the settings. I've tried re-set and gone back to 2 PU...and started again, but still no joy. It did happen once before and then magically re-started some hours later; but no idea what's going on/. Can you suggest? thanks

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Check out power plug and the power cable.

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You have a defective heating element .

need to replace it .

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