Question about Heating & Cooling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the 'easy' answer would be a tripped high-limit switch. Inside the generator box, there is a resettable circuit breaker to the heating element, on the top of the water tank.
kill the power to the unit, take off the shell and look for the pushbutton.
If that is the problem, there is a likely chance that the temp sensor in the shower is not working so it overheats and trips the high temp limit.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
SOURCE: My tylo supersport 8 sauna
Remove the unit bottom panel (2 small screws) and look at the quick disconnect terminals on the heater rods ( 6 heating rods - 3 on each side of the unit). If you have any corrosion on these terminals, the wires will overheat and fail, preventing the heating rods from working. If the wires did overheat, you should see melted wire insulation. Replace bad wire and quick disconnect terminals with new. Should cost less than $20.
Posted on May 29, 2011
these have a ground fault interupt built in for safety and to prevent electrical overloads.. it may need replaced due to not being heavy enogh to run it..there should be a minimum amp rating somewhere..like a base rate of 50 amps or so..look at the rating and see what the power outlet has on it.. may not be strong enough..or the ground is bad..
Posted on Jan 02, 2014
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