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this is 100% broken heat exchanger its the coils inside of heater that heats the water this usually happines from really old age or because your climate temperature is below freezing and broke the coils, i see it all the time in winter season, best way to prevent this is to run your heater for fifteen minutes every month and make sure pool equipment runs all day everyday when its really cold out you can start running system normaly after your outside temp is warmer. its better to get a new heater when this happines heat exchanger is hard to install for most tech's pretty much have to take whole top part of heater off and is also expensive part
you will need to pull it out and unplug it , then take off the back panel , you will need to find out if it is the heater or the thermostats,, the heater you can look at and if you see the coils broke into just replace the heater
Hi, The element broke and shorted out against the metal on the dryer. The thermostat did not cause the element to break and will still be ok. You replace the element and you should be ok.
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Due to the frosting up, The glass defrost heater broke. Any good tech knows this happens. The defrost heater must be replaced. If this is a GE side by side. The new replacement heater has dual elements. The standard heater that was put in them, was not large enough to defrost the coils fully. Replace heater and you should be fixed up. I would also replace the thermostat while you are in the freezer section they are only like 15 bucks and this way you will have a new defrost circuit.
try replacing thermal fuse. its cheaper than the heater element. this fuse blows when there is restricted air flow over the heating element. meaning clogged vent. you can ohm out this fuse. fuse is located at top left of heater duct with two wire leads going towards it. if its ok then remove heating element and look at coils. usually you can see one broke