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I am trying to find replacement parts for fire sense heater. I need to replace the top (ufo shape) and the heater coil if possible.

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Find the plastic replacement wheel for my fire sense patio heater?


I would suggest measuring the outside diameter of the existing wheel and also the diameter of the hole for the axle. Then maybe consider going to a Hobby Lobby or toy store to try to find a replacement. May even consider a second hand store like Goodwill and possibly find a cheap toy with wheels that will fit. You may be able then to change both of them so they match and maybe have another one or two to spare....... Good Luck!!!!

Jan 01, 2015 | Fire Sense Heating & Cooling

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Fixya manuals


It doesn't defrost
  1. Defrost control board
If the defrost function is not working on your refrigerator it could be an issue with the defrost control board. This control board oversees several internal conditions and regulates the activation of the defrost cycle. A faulty board can be the primary reason your refrigeration unit is not transitioning to the defrost cycle. Over time, the buildup of ice on the evaporator coil will prevent the refrigerator and freezer from maintaining proper internal temperature. It is advisable to first check the defrost heater and the defrost thermostat for continuity prior to replacing the defrost control board.
  1. Main control board
A possible cause for a refrigerator not defrosting, especially on more modern units, is the main control board. The main control board acts as a "brain" for the unit controlling the defrost cycle, compressor, and run time, and essentially acts in place of the defrost timer. The control board can be tested using an ohm meter for functionality and will need to be replaced if bad.
  1. Defrost timer
If the refrigerator is not defrosting the timer could be malfunctioning. Numerous times throughout the day the defrost timer should cycle the defrost heater on as a means to melt frost buildup on the evaporator coils in the freezer. If this timer does not cycle on, then it may be faulty and require replacement.
  1. Defrost heater assembly
If your refrigerator is not defrosting accurately this could be an indication that your defrost heater assembly has failed. This could cause the frost to accrue on the evaporator coils, eventually blocking the airflow resulting in the unit not cooling properly. The defrost heater assembly can be monitored for continuity using an ohm meter and will need to replaced if there is none present.
  1. Defrost thermostat
Another cause of your refrigerator not defrosting is a faulty defrost thermostat. A requirement for the defrost heater to activate to melt away frost on the evaporator coils is a functional defrost thermostat. The defrost thermostat senses the temperature of the evaporator coils and initiates the thawing process by activating the defrost heater. If the thermostat is faulty, it will not sense the lowering temperature of the coils and will not turn on the heater, resulting in an advanced frost build-up. The defrost thermostat can be checked for continuity by using an ohm meter; if there is no continuity the damaged part will need to be replaced.
  1. Defrost sensor with fuse
Another possible cause of a refrigerator that does not defrost properly is a defrost sensor with a fuse. If the defrost sensor fails, the fuse acts as a one-time-only fail safe for the sensor -- if the sensor does not shut off the defrost heater, the fuse will blow when the set temperature is reached. This safety precaution is to keep excessive harm from your unit by the heater and is a one-time use, resulting in the replacement of the entire defrost sensor.
Defrost drain problems
  1. Clogged or freezing defrost drain
If you are experiencing defrost drain issues, it is possibly due to a clogged or freezing drain that is blocking water flow to the bottom of the freezer. This will cause the defrost water to drain and drip down to the bottom of the freezer section. To correct this issue, thaw any ice or remove debris that could be causing the clogged drain or replace the drain heater.
  1. Drain heater
If you are experiencing defrost drain problems, inspect the defrost drain heater. A dislocated or burnt out drain heater will result in the drain tube freezing over. Attempt to return the part to the designated position or replace the damaged part to correct the issue. Search Over 2 1 Million Appliance Parts

Sep 06, 2014 | GE Monogram ZIRS36NM 36'' Stainless All...

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Neff integrated fridge freezer


test this steps and fix it, use the VOM. God bless you

  1. Defrost control boardIf the defrost function is not working on your refrigerator it could be an issue with the defrost control board. This control board oversees several internal conditions and regulates the activation of the defrost cycle. A faulty board can be the primary reason your refrigeration unit is not transitioning to the defrost cycle. Over time, the buildup of ice on the evaporator coil will prevent the refrigerator and freezer from maintaining proper internal temperature. It is advisable to first check the defrost heater and the defrost thermostat for continuity prior to replacing the defrost control board.
  2. Main control boardA possible cause for a refrigerator not defrosting, especially on more modern units, is the main control board. The main control board acts as a "brain" for the unit controlling the defrost cycle, compressor, and run time, and essentially acts in place of the defrost timer. The control board can be tested using an ohm meter for functionality and will need to be replaced if bad.
  3. Defrost timerIf the refrigerator is not defrosting the timer could be malfunctioning. Numerous times throughout the day the defrost timer should cycle the defrost heater on as a means to melt frost buildup on the evaporator coils in the freezer. If this timer does not cycle on, then it may be faulty and require replacement.
  4. Defrost heater assemblyIf your refrigerator is not defrosting accurately this could be an indication that your defrost heater assembly has failed. This could cause the frost to accrue on the evaporator coils, eventually blocking the airflow resulting in the unit not cooling properly. The defrost heater assembly can be monitored for continuity using an ohm meter and will need to replaced if there is none present.
  5. Defrost thermostatAnother cause of your refrigerator not defrosting is a faulty defrost thermostat. A requirement for the defrost heater to activate to melt away frost on the evaporator coils is a functional defrost thermostat. The defrost thermostat senses the temperature of the evaporator coils and initiates the thawing process by activating the defrost heater. If the thermostat is faulty, it will not sense the lowering temperature of the coils and will not turn on the heater, resulting in an advanced frost build-up. The defrost thermostat can be checked for continuity by using an ohm meter; if there is no continuity the damaged part will need to be replaced.
  6. Defrost sensor with fuseAnother possible cause of a refrigerator that does not defrost properly is a defrost sensor with a fuse. If the defrost sensor fails, the fuse acts as a one-time-only fail safe for the sensor -- if the sensor does not shut off the defrost heater, the fuse will blow when the set temperature is reached. This safety precaution is to keep excessive harm from your unit by the heater and is a one-time use, resulting in the replacement of the entire defrost sensor.

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Jul 30, 2013 | Refrigerators

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Fire sense model number BLT-999B-3/60354


Is it possible to replace the heater on my electric fireplace model #BLT-999B-3?

Jan 20, 2013 | Fire Sense Heating & Cooling

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How to replace swimming pool heater core


I assume you are referring to the heat exchanger. Usually when these fail the heater is replaced. Reason being that this is the biggest money part of the unit. The part alone will run pretty deep into the price of a new heater.
Then you still have the old burner tray, old gas valve, old thermostat and old internal ignition device. Each of these components run several hundred dollars apiece. It doesn't make sense to throw good money after bad.
If this exchager was leaking from a salt water pool (common these days) it would be advisable to replace the heater with a Sta-Rite MaxiTherm with the cupro-nickle exchanger. This part is coiled which allows for better water flow and less corrosion than a standard copper exchanger.
To replace the exchanger is not all that tricky if you are handy with a screwdriver, wrenches and plumbing. If you have any doubts get a pro over. Remember you are literally playing with fire.

Nov 15, 2012 | Raypak Rp2100 Pool & Spa Heater Lonox 407k...

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Not getting fire replaced dist.cap & rotor both were in bad shape. showing fire to both coils. was gonna replace dist. but checking other possibilities first


IGNITION TIMING OFF. THERE WILL.BE NO OR LITTLE OR NO SPARK DEPEND ON IF DISTRIBUTOR HAS LOOSEN UP TURN A LITTLE.

Mar 09, 2011 | 1987 Nissan Pickup

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Heater doesnt work


usually there is a hose that is approaximitly 3/4 inch to 1 inch in diameter that comes of inlet manifold , it conects to a round cylinder shaped part , this part has a cable and maybe a vacume hose on some models , replace this if it is not working freely have some one move heater knob in car to see if it opens and shuts , this may be blocked so remove and clean inside this part check when off that valve opens and shuts, also if your thermostat has been removed replace it as these are neccary to make your heater work .

if you need to replace heater valve (cylinder shaped part ) flush out the hoses that go into fire wall of your car , you may find blockage there also ,

i hope this is of some assistance

Oct 09, 2010 | 2000 GMC Sierra

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I have replaced the main board , have replaced heater, and termonsted is still frostest up and does not cool off... after defrosting and replacing the part it works good for 3 to 5 days


Replace thermistor on eveaporator. It's tube shaped, white with 2 white wires. it's held onto top of eveaporator with silver clip. You have to cut the wires and wire nut new one in. Evaporator is the set of coils that you mounted defrost heater to.
Also check defroster hi-limit on top of evaporator. It's the round silver unit. Try the thermistor first. Should be pretty cheap. The thermistor tells the board when the evaporator is warm enough. When it goes it won't defrost.

Jun 03, 2010 | GE (PSS26MSRSS) Side by Side Refrigerator

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My GE Refrigerator model GSL25JTFBBS stay in


Good day,
35 minutes would be considered nominal. That is the amount of time needed to heat up the cooling coils behind the rear panel in the freezer compartment, and then allow it to drain the condensate water out the drain.

The defrost cycle is made up of 2 parts.
The first part involves shutting all fans and compressor off, and turning on the heater/heaters mounted on the bottom of the cooling coil to above freezing. About 10 to 15 minutes.

The second half occures when a defrost thermostat mounted on the top of that coil senses the coil is above freezing. It cuts the power to the heaters, and lets the system just idle, while the water is allowed to drain out of the drain.

If that tstat is working properly, the food temperature is affected slightly but never to an above freezing condition.
The thermostat is a small 1" round disk clipped to the top of the coil.

Only one possibility, but that tstat could be hanging allowing the freezer coil compartment to reach a very high temperature. If so, it needs replaced.

You should also check to see if both fans and compressor start running as soon as the cycle is done.

Mar 12, 2010 | GE CleanSteel GSL25JFTBS

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