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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The heater should not have been affected by the what the maid had done. Turn off the power to the heater and let set for a bit, Check your thermostar settins, turn all the way dow and back up to what you want set the timer and give it a chance to heat up again. There might be a reset buttun somewhere so look around. I bet its cold in Austrailia right now.. Good luck-Ned
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
The leak can be repaired, it is probably the sealant has dried and cracked. A plumber can fix this, so can a mechanic, so can a gas engineer or experienced electrician. Phone round your local businesses to see who will do the job cheapest. Tell them the heater is leaking from the seal between the radiator body and the thermostat where it screws in - you just think in needs fresh sealant. Shouldn't be expensive, its a 20minute job, unscrew the thermostat, clean up the threads, dab on the sealant and screw it back together.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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I would suggest that the element may have absorbed some mloisture whilst being left in storage for a period of time. You may need to take it to a local repairer to see if they can dry out the element.
If there is moisture in the element it is not safe to use, hence it trips your circuit breaker.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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