Question about DeLonghi Heating & Cooling
Hello, I need to replace the double switch on my Delonghi 3107 heater radiator (one of the switches is broken). Before removing the switch, there is a pair of 6 cables that need to be unplugged from the switch before removing it; the cables go on the upper, middle, and bottom part of the switch. On top goes two black cables, and either on the bottom part, or in the middle, go the other pair of white or black cables. I really cannot remember if the white ones go on the middle section of the switch or if they go on the lower part, could anyone help me? Thank you.
I don't know your particular unit, but typically multiple plugs on the same board have a slightly different configuration from each other making it impossible to install incorrectly. I would suggest closely inspecting the male ends one by one and compare them to the female receptacles and see if that holds true on your application.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The DeLonghi 5108 has no thermal fuse. There was a problem with the control panels and DeLonghi was to offer free repair. Details on http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml91/91108.html
which includes a toll free number.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
SOURCE: Farenheat baseboard heater F2544
I just had the same problem last night. Wire the two red wires from the thermostat to the power source from the service panel. The remaining two black wires from the thermostat connect to the heater.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
SOURCE: Lakewood 7096
i went all over town looking for a switch. finally found two lighted switches at grainger carling technology part no. 1A824. ground down the outsides glued both together jumped across top and bottom terminal with copper wire and it seems to work fine now.only time will tell. i hate our throw away society which the junk imported in from china seems to foster.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Remove one phillips head screw that is located approximately 4 inches above the switch you are about to replace. The complete face of the heater can now be removed, then compress the four tabs on the back side of the switch to remove the switch through the cover.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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