Question about Heating & Cooling
THE POWER TO MY HOT SURFACE IGNITOR IS 240 VOLTS AND IT BURNS UP THE HSI AS SOON AS I TURN ON THE HEATER
You have to have a 240 volt HSI electrode. If you have a 24v, or 110v HSI you will have problems. Check out the catalogue at System Control Engineering to see what I mean. http://www.systemcontrol.co.nz/
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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