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Heater kicks out have to reset it with thermo stat or 120 volt switch what's wrong?

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my garage heater was working early this winter. I turned the thermostat to 0, but when I went to restart heater nothing happens, can you help me with this problem?

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Kenwood KCD1W tumble dryer not heating up replaced element and all three stats still not getting hot ?


Check main cable connections and power from main circuit. Possible one leg is open because of circuit breaker defective, open circuit from breaker through connection on the back of the drier. Sometimes the connector internal at the power connection will fail (see second image).

Check Thermo-fuse. If this thermo-fuse fails it will need to be replaced. (see first image).

If only one leg that supplies 120 volts is powered then motor and controls can operate. the heater elements are the part of the dryer that requires the other leg for the 240.

Hope this helps?

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Dryer runs, no heat


There a few things that can cause no heat in a whirlpool
Heater element open
220 volts not there check brackers
or use volt meter to see if both sides of have 120 volts
whit to red and black to white were cord is. or from middle to right or middle to left at cord should have 120 volts both ways
also can be cycling stats if there open can cause no heat
Then there is your timer or electronic boards that have defects need replaced and one final thing to check is the motor this is were a switch is located were wire s plug into motor once motor starts it triggers the switch to turn part of the heater to mix the 2-120 volts to make heat . have to have a volt and ohm meter to make this a fast check if you do not know how to use these things you can get shocked so be careful. it can kill

Feb 20, 2015 | Whirlpool Dryers

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Will not come on.power light illuminates, got 120 volts to both sides of the plug, has continuity all through the coils, I need a part # for the thermo/switch it is a 3 year old CZ240 model # EH4607


Is this unit 220-240 volts or 120? If it's 240 have you checked across side to side or one side to ground . If you go across both hot lines you should read 220-240 volts. Is this a window unit? If so check on top of compressor for a reset switch. Some have it and some don't Obviously if this is a 220 volt unit and you're only getting 120 you need to call an electrician. I hope this helps you. Thanks

Nov 27, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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The thermostat on my electric baseboard heater has a red and black wire out the top and the same on the bottom. The electrician ran the power wire from the box to both red wires, one on top and one on...


If is 120 volt heater.The thermo can use 220 or 110 volt.The elec is only using the 110v half/side of therm.Should be ok.Does it work?OK to leave blacks unused.

Mar 16, 2010 | Fahrenheat Electric Hydronic Baseboard...

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I just need a wiring diagram---with a thermostat-- for a cadet FX-152 , 240 volt ,1500 watt wall heater


grainger has them- home depot. wire is easy wire one side straight to 1 wire on in coming power the other side use your thermostat to break curcit ie wire into stat out of stat to voltage

Jan 15, 2010 | Cadet Manufacturing CADET SL Series Small...

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Conecting a remote thermostat to an lg art cool


Yes it can be done but it is hard to make it look good. To do it you will need to create a 24 volt control circuit by means of a step down transformer from 120 volt to 24 volt. Next you will need a t-stat normal home style and hang it where you want it. Then you will run t-stat wire from the transformer to the t-stat and then from the t-stat to a contacter switch that has a 24 volt coil on it and it is placed between the ac and your power source. To do this you must either cut the plug off the exist ac cord or replace it with other wire so that you can get it into the contacter on one side and on the other side is power from the wall. So what happens is when the t-stat calls for cool it's switch will close allowing the 24volt to energize the coil on the contacter therby making the connection to 120 volt bringing on the A/C. Hope this helps 2rns4u <*{{{>(

Jul 22, 2009 | LG Art Cool LA1000PR Air Conditioner

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Bradford White Water Heater Model: M165R6DS13


Immediately turn off power to heater. One of two things has happened. Either: A. The electrical contacts in one of the thermostats has welded together, necessitating replacement of the thermostat(s). (in this case I would recommend replacing both upper and lower thermos) or B. The lower element has burnt through, and because there is 120 volts to the lower element at all times (it normally only heats when the thermos complete the circuit to give it a path to the other "hot", putting a full 240 volts on it) a section of the element will continue to heat up to the point where the break allows the current to complete it's path to neutral ground via the water in the tank. It can continue to heat until the high limit safety thermo trips out. (the red reset button on the upper thermostat)
If either condition exists, the high limit safety thermo should trip out power to the heater before boiling water, and thus steam, is produced. Even if the safety thermo should fail to cut power, the pressure / temperature relief valve should open, releasing excessive pressure. If that should also fail to open, due to corrosion or such, the water heater will create steam and can actually result in explosion, and possible injury or death!
Several years ago I came across one that was boiling and when I turned on a hot water faucet to relieve the pressure it filled the entire basement with steam. (I still shutter to think if I didn't catch that fast enough I or someone else could have been killed)

The most likely cause of your extra hot water is actually the lower element. After you turn off power to the heater, turn off the water supply to the heater, open a hot water faucet to allow air to enter the tank and drain the tank. Remove the lower element. A bad element is usually visually apparent. If it looks good, you would have to test it with an ohm meter. (should be about 20 ohms if it is good) Install new element, turn on water and fill until water flows steadily from the hot water faucet you left open. Now you can turn the faucet off and turn power back on to heater.

Feb 14, 2009 | LG (LRBC22522ST) Stainless Steel

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Had thermostates checked and still no heat


How does the dealer know if they are good? Did he come to your home to check it? and if so why did he not check for power to the element? If your heater and t-stats are good the only thing that will prevent your heater from operating is the centrifugal switch on the motor. that's provided your t-stats and heater are in fact good. And you have the full 220 volts suppy to the dryer. Keep in mind the heating element is the only thing that's runs on 220 if you only have 120 powering the unit your timer and motor will still run. you can check the power by removing the plug cover on the dryer, you will have a red,white,and black wires from white to black you will read 120, from white to red you will read 120 and from red to black you will read 220 if you don't read 220 between black and red or 120 from red or black to white you have a power issue and nothing wrong with the dryer. Good luck hope this helps you

Jan 11, 2009 | Roper RES7646KQ Electric Dryer

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Janitrol/Goodman GMP075-3 Draft Inducer Fan Won't come on


most forced draft fans are powered by 120 volts . close to the fan is usually a plug that unsnaps. create a call for heat after turning off to clear safetys and see if your getting 120 to fan on initial call for heat. if you are then fan draft motor is bad, usually sold as an entire assembly replace exact as it came out. sequence of operation is..... stat calls for heat via common and white wire to furnace , 24 volts. ......board sences call and sends 120 volts to forced draft ........ motor runs and creates pressure on proofing switch,....... switch closes 24 to board and tells it draft fan is on......... board then energizes ignitor,....... after ignitior glows gas valve is opened and burner lights ........ either ignitor or seperate sensor rod tells board the burner lit........ and a few minutes later the fan comes on and hot air is blown out. if a step is missed or doesn't proof the furnace either trys up to three times to light or locks out. turning off power usually resets safetys and it will resume attempts to lite normally.

Oct 25, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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No hot air


THE DRYER HEATER OPERATES ON 240VOLTS. CHECK TO BE SURE YOU HAVE 240 VOLTS AT THE OUTLET. WITH ONLY ONE SIDE OF THE CIRCUIT, THE MOTOR WILL RUN ON 120 VOLTS, BUT THE HEAT CIRCUIT WILL NOT.

MOST DRYERS HAVE A HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT NEAR THE HEATER ASSEMBLY. SOME HAVE A THERMAL FUSE AS WELL. THE HIGH LIMIT WILL CYCLE, BUT THE THERMAL FUSE WILL NOT RESET. CHECK FOR 240 VOLTS AT THE HEATER TERMINALS. IF YOU HAVE IT, THE HEATER IS BAD.
IF NOT, TRACE BACK THROUGH THE CIRCUIT UNTIL YOU FIND THE COMPONENT WITH THE 240 VOLTS ACROSS IT.
THAT WILL BE THE BAD COMPONENT.

MAKE SURE THE SELECTOR SWITCH IS SET FOR HEAT.
OITHER ITEM IN THE HEAT CIRCUIT:
CYCLING THERMOSTAT, TIMER, SELECTOR SWITCH, MOTOR CENTRIFUGAL SWITCH.

Apr 03, 2008 | Dryers

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