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Our electrolux ESI 6104 is operating ok but the water is not heating up. We assume its either the Thermostat or the element - how do we know which one it is? Any advice would be a great help. many thanks

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  • rosiewesti Aug 07, 2010

    Took out the thermostat and put it back in and now water seems to be heating up!!
    Obviously a loose connection!



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