Question about Heating & Cooling
Sorry, I wished I could be more percise on my answer, but your statement on the problem is too vague. An AC volt meter is necessary to check the unit. First one needs to check the cord to assure there is 110-120 volts AC present. If so, comtinue to check if the fuse is bad. If the fuse is good, it would likely be a heat senative thermal fuse. I hope this somewhat helps.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
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