Question about Heating & Cooling
This click in the heater unit, is probably a relay, and it's possible that the contacts are oxidized, dirty, or bad. You'll have to take the heater apart to figure this out. You can look up "how relays work" on google, and find out how to test it. Aside from the relay being bad, the element could have a bad electrical connector, or it could be open- you can ohm elements out to tell.
The relay will be a rectangular metal or plastic encased coil with a set of movable contacts, and they can have quite a few legs, but this one will probably have 6 or 8.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
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