Question about Heating & Cooling
As Johnney 5 would say in the movie Short Circuit, "need input, more input." No model number mentioned. I'll pretend to be customer support, Is it plugged in (really?), does the outlet have power, is the cord damaged, is it turned on (yep they really ask), has it suffered damage. Electric heaters have a safety switch in them that breaks the circuit if it tips over, the heater could be leaning or the switch is bad. The thermostat could be open or set too low. A final cutoff over temp switch could have opened, these have to be replaced after the defective thermostat is replaced. Then comes the infra-red tubes if it's that type, or the heating element if it's that type.
Now if you are talking about a induction cooking element then the representative icon is misleading. That's another issue. If it's a cooking issue, I'd say it's more likely the control module or the magnetic coil.
Posted on Dec 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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