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Check the thermal cut out inside the unit just above the heaters bolted to the inner panel above the door,,,,you could try shorting this out to try it out,,,if it then heats up,,,change this thermal cut out

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Have a Mastertemp 250, heard a bang, then water started leaking out of exaust. What could the problem be?


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Item #1 the Heat Coil or to be more precise, the Heat tube Sheet Coil Assembly Kit had BURST.
That is found within the tightly enclosed round chamber with the tightened securing screws on top and completely sealed with the Red Silicone sealant. Water is only to be in that coil assembly. When you heard the loud pop, it ruptured and water is now in the round chamber, which is a the Heat Chamber! Hot air exits that thru the exhaust, but you have water exiting now.

You can replace it yourself... it is a rather tedious job and laborious, but if your up to it, I think you may be able to do???
If not, call a service professional, preferably a Certified Pentair Tech, experienced in MasterTemp Tube Coil replacement.

I will include some pictures of the last one I performed a Heat Coil Replacement. If you choose to do it yourself, ensure that when you order a replacement kit, that it has a tube of High Heat/Temperature Silicone Sealant, the RED stuff. You will also need to know the date of manufacture of your specific heater!!! The kit changed back on January 12, 2009...
Pre that change date part # 460747
After that date, # 474059

Good Luck


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Mar 31, 2015 | Pentair Mastertemp 460732 250000 Btu Gas...

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I have a Dimplex Heater model no DS5629BR Can't get any heat I have unpluged it & and still can't get any heat. Dont see anything in manual about thermostat being bad or changing it all it said w


Have an electrician check it out.
The heating comes from coils of wire which glow red heat. Air from the fan passes over these coils and keep them from burning out.

If the unit has overheated, it is very likely that one of the coils has burned out and there is no electrical circuit, hence no heat.

An electrical repair shop will be able to verify this for you and fit replacement coils.

Jan 06, 2015 | Dimplex Heating & Cooling

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I have a beko dcu9330 dryer givin n heat. changed blown sensor and tested both sesors, still no heat, no power getting up to heater. whats next step?


Electric dryers have a heating coil over which air is drawn to heat it up. Unplug your dryer and use a continuity tester to check the heating coil for breaks. Attach one lead to one coil terminal and the other lead to the opposing terminal. No reading indicates a burned out coil (very common). All coils are replaceable.

Oct 22, 2014 | Dryers

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My sq inverter works on cold air but when changed to heat stops working


Some models don't use the compressor as a heat pump for heating. And only use electrical heating coils in the heat cycle.If yours is one of those. It may be a burned connection at the thermostat or at the heater coil. Heater coils may have a safety diode or fusible link that opens if the heater coil is on but there is not enough airflow. If that is the problem you will need to remove the bad heater coil and replace it.
If your unit is a "true" heat pump the change over valve could be stuck or it's coil burned out. If you know what it looks like you can measure the voltage at the coil. If you have voltage sometimes you can whack the valve with a screwdriver handle to "unstick" the valve.

Jul 11, 2012 | LG Heating & Cooling

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CAN YOU PROVIDE ME WITH A WIRING DIAGRAM AS MY HEATER CONSTANTLY BLOWS THE CIRCUT BREAKER. IT IS 3 YEARS OLD AND THIS IS THE FIRST TIME IT IS HAPPENING MODEL 1102-2


Not much to a heater , you have a rheostat that goes from high to low heat . A coil or maybe two ,one for high heat and the other for low heat . Most of the time though they use just one with different voltage levels contrlled by the rheostat and a thermostat (keeps it from over amping the coils ). So it is one of the three ,I would guess the thermostat especilly if trhe coil is still in one piece. Rheostat you can test with an ohm meter to see if the value changes (Power Off!) and if it does it works. The coil if you have resistance its good (Power Off !) . Unless the resistance is real high then it could be in bad shape . The circut breaker is saving you from a house fire so thnk God for that. If it does it on low heat as well then I would suspect your coil if only on high Its definately your thermostat

Jun 23, 2011 | Raypak Spapak Electric Spa Heater -...

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I am getting in heat... We know it now the heating core... Do you have any idea what it is


If it isn't the heater coil, then the only things left are the heater fan fuse or the heater fan motor itself. Check your fuses. If you don't have a fuse diagram, start with highest amp fuses first. The heater motor uses a lot of juice and will probably be on at least a 10 amp fuse. If all the fuses are good then you probably need a new heater fan motor. They usually mount to the fire wall from the engine compartment and are pretty easy to change. Not at all like the heater coil.

Nov 29, 2009 | 1997 Ford Explorer AWD

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Heater Coil


what do u mean by heat coil? heater core? if yes the the dash must come out, see link for step by step instructions
http://my.voyager.net/~sscully/F-15097HtrCoreRepairF150_Exp_002.doc

May 14, 2009 | 2001 Ford Expedition

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Changing heating element


No need to buy the whole pan. The replacement coil is way less. 5300622032
Very easy dryer to repair. Start by popping the top and then removing the front. Get te drum out and remove the heater assembly. Remove the old coil. NOTE: when replacing the new coil be vewy vewy careful not to stretch the coil too much as this causes a hot spot and shortens the life of the coil considerably as in like one load maybe. LOL.
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Jan 31, 2009 | Frigidaire GLER642A Electric Dryer

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No heat only blows cold air


Not shure what heating coil you are talking about but you could have a bad heater control valve,a plugged up heater core,or you could be very low on water.

Dec 25, 2008 | 1988 Volvo 740

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