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Not a cadet but a King

I hope you can still help me. My King wall heater has air moving but no heat and I have a red-orange light showing. I checked the breaker and all is ok there. No funny smell or noises. Just no heat. Thank you very much. Cindy.

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Re: Not a cadet but a King

Shut off the breaker, then, remove the front grill. look for a device about the size of a nickel. could be fastened to the upper case. this is called a klixon overload. there are numbers stamped into the side of it. one of these are either temperature or an amperage value. get a replacement from an electrical supply house. it is probably blown. it is in series with the element. its purpose is to open [then reset] when an increase in current is evident. it is a bi-metal device - two dissimilar metals that bend at different rates when current is applied to it and opens a set of contacts.

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