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Failed thermal fuse

inside the heating element is a thermal fuse prob gone

120deg etc look on its body

look up thermal fuse on you tube
if you must fix it yourself
do not bypass it instead replace it

the heater prob also has something wrong with its flow fan etc

Posted on Apr 25, 2015

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Error code f51 flashing. What's wrong?


David: Try downloading this free user manual: http://laundry.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/miele/pw_6065.htmlk According to ApplianceHelponline.: " Heater pressure switch The program is interrupted and the drain pump is operated. The display shows Technical fault F51. Call Service Department. The buzzer is activated for 2 minutes.

Background information:

Start position: One second after the program start, heater relay K1/1 is activated. This enables a check as to whether the contacts on heater pressure switch B1/13 have closed on switching steps 21/22 or 11/12.

Cause:
Heater relay defective; contact open.

Remedy:
Replace the heater relay.

Cause:
Heater relay solenoid defective.

Remedy:
Replace the heater relay.

Cause:
Connection from heater relay to electronic module open-circuited.

Remedy:

1. Check plug connections.

2. Check the connection wires for continuity.

Cause:
Heater pressure switch open- or short-circuited.

Remedy:
Replace the heater pressure switch.

Cause:
Connection from heater pressure switch to electronic open-circuited.

Remedy:

1. Check plug connections.

2. Check the connection wires for continuity.

Cause:
Foreign objects in heater pressure switch.

Remedy:
Replace the heater pressure switch."

May 14, 2015 | Miele Washing Machines

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What is Technical Fault 51? It appeared a few moments ago on our machine, but when I switched it off and reset the machine it worked as normal again.


F51 Heater pressure switch The program is interrupted and the drain pump is operated. The display shows Technical fault F51. Call Service Department. The buzzer is activated for 2 minutes.

Background information:

Start position: One second after the program start, heater relay K1/1 is activated. This enables a check as to whether the contacts on heater pressure switch B1/13 have closed on switching steps 21/22 or 11/12.

Cause:
Heater relay defective; contact open.

Remedy:
Replace the heater relay.

Cause:
Heater relay solenoid defective.

Remedy:
Replace the heater relay.

Cause:
Connection from heater relay to electronic module open-circuited.

Remedy:

1. Check plug connections.

2. Check the connection wires for continuity.

Cause:
Heater pressure switch open- or short-circuited.

Remedy:
Replace the heater pressure switch.

Cause:
Connection from heater pressure switch to electronic open-circuited.

Remedy:

1. Check plug connections.

2. Check the connection wires for continuity.

Cause:
Foreign objects in heater pressure switch.

Remedy:
Replace the heater pressure switch.

Apr 14, 2015 | Miele Washing Machines

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Replace the heater switch


Find the heater switch, rip out old heater switch, put in new heater switch, replace cover. done.

Depends if it is soldered or terminal clipped in so depending on your skill set that may be the way to do it

Nov 04, 2014 | Heating & Cooling

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If I jump the pressure switch on my Laars Lite pool heater and the pump shuts off, with the high limit switch shut off the heater?


the other safety features will still work as expected. however, by bypassing the pressure switch, the heater will continue to run even if the water system is turned off. since the millivolt system requires no external power to operate, if there is a power outage, the heater will still run causing an EXTREMELY UNSAFE HAZARD. remove the jumper and do without your heater for a week.

Jul 01, 2014 | Jandy Pool & Spa

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I've installed a intermatic t101p201 which has a heater delay circuit - but can't get power to the heater through the delay switch when i turn the switch manually on - i haven't checked yet to...


Check that your pool heater supports optional fireman's switch
Black wires on firemans switch connect to pool heater. Power to fireman switch comes from pool equipment and not the timer.
If pool equipment does not support fireman, then cap off the wires.

Fireman switch turns off heater 15-20 minutes before turning off pump.
The purpose is so pool equipment lasts longer.

You can buy the fireman's switch separately, but if this is new timer, then switch is probably good.
Open following link to identify fireman's switch and related parts for the timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-trippers-and-parts.html#fireman

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Getting a F51 message


F51

Heater pressure switch

The program is interrupted and the drain pump is operated. The display

shows Technical fault F51. Call Service Department. The buzzer is

activated for 2 minutes.

Background information:

Start position:

One second after the program start, heater relay K1/1 is activated. This

enables a check as to whether the contacts on heater pressure switch B1/13

have closed on switching steps 21/22 or 11/12.

Cause:

Heater relay defective; contact open.

Remedy:

Replace the heater relay.

Cause:

Heater relay solenoid defective.

Remedy:

Replace the heater relay.

Cause:

Connection from heater relay to electronic module open-circuited.

Remedy:

1. Check plug connections.

2. Check the connection wires for continuity.

Cause:

Heater pressure switch open- or short-circuited.

Remedy:

Replace the heater pressure switch.

Cause:

Connection from heater pressure switch to electronic open-circuited.

Remedy:

1. Check plug connections.

2. Check the connection wires for continuity.

Cause:

Foreign objects in heater pressure switch.

Remedy:

Replace the heater pressure switch

if you have any further questions message me back and please remember to rank this opinion it allows me to help people in similar situations in the future Thanks again Rick

Jan 23, 2011 | Miele Dishwashers

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The power button does not turn on the heater. It is plugged in to a owrking outlet. Is there a switch problem?


Does your heater have apush button switch or toggle type. Either way if you push in button type and it won't stay in then switch is bad. Will heater come on if you push switch on and hold it? There should be a small red light on top and fan inside of heater. Do they work? If it was me and I really thought that switch was bad I would remove back and wire around switch. If you don't feel comftortable doing this then you are probable better off just getting a new heater. If you do decide to try wiring around switch make sure heater is unplugged and try to trace wires to switch. If it's just a simple on off switch there should be two wires going to it. Disconnect them from switch and temporarily connect together.Plug heater back in and if it works you know switch is bad. Remember if you don't feel comfortable doing this then don't do it. Most of these small electric heaters are available for around twenty dollars,so I wouldn't spend much time or money trying to fix this one.Hope this help some. Thanks

Nov 10, 2010 | Pelonis Heating & Cooling

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I have a 2000 ford E350 van with front and rear air. the front blower motor runs at low speed, The front blower still runs on low even when the knob is set on medium or high. I do not know where the...


it's either the blower motor switch or blower motor resister. Resistor ?Heater Blower Motor Switch Removal Remove the battery (10655) ; refer to Section 414-01 . Remove the battery tray. Remove the screws. Remove the battery tray. Disconnect the heater blower motor switch resistor connector. Remove the heater blower motor switch resistor (18591). Remove the two screws. Remove the heater blower motor switch resistor. ----------------------------------- Switches Removal Disconnect the battery ground cable. Remove the center trim panel; refer to Section 501-12 . Remove the control assembly. Remove the screws. Remove the control assembly. Remove the A/C-heater function selector switch knob. Disconnect the vacuum harness connector. Disconnect the A/C-heater function selector switch connector. Remove the A/C-heater function selector switch. Remove the screw. Remove the A/C-heater function selector switch. Remove the temperature control switch knob. Disconnect the temperature control switch connector. Remove the temperature control switch. Remove the screw. Remove the temperature control switch. Remove the heater blower motor switch knob. Disconnect the heater blower motor switch connector. Remove the heater blower motor switch (18578). Remove the screw. Remove the heater blower motor switch. ----------------------------

Mar 31, 2009 | 2007 Ford E-350 Super Duty Length XLT

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