Question about Heating & Cooling
I've got a Cadet C122 wall heater that quite working. There's 240V to the heater and continuity across the reset switch. No continuity across a round metal device that's at the top of the heater above the coils. Is this normal or is this a shutoff device that can't be reset? If so can it be replaced or do I need to replace the heater? Thanks!
That round metal thing is called a klixon overload. look on the side of it and an amperage range should be there. replace the unit and the element should work unless the element itself is blown. check for continuity across the element with your meter with the wires disconnected.
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
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