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Where can i get a replacement element for my esse solo room heater ? please

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Intertherm baseboard heater model EBHA200024 has 240 volts but will not heat. It is on a circuit with another heater that does work. Would it possibly be the limit switch ?


That is the first thing to check. You can trace voltage to and from hi limit switch, if power is there and power applied to heating element check element. Please e careful, electricity respects no one.

Jan 07, 2018 | Intertherm Heating & Cooling

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Will well water cause a problem on the heat pump water heater


I would say yes.
Because element may not be easy to replace, or easy to reset unit after replacement
I would also suggest not buying heat pump... must be in at least 10'x10' room with 7" space around entire heater
http://waterheatertimer.org/Review-GE-Heat-Pump-water-heater.html

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Same sears 66 gallon water heater keeps resetting button after replacing both upper and lower theremostats and elements


1) Live answer Jan 2013.
Read why ECO trips and scroll down and read ECO keeps tripping:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-troubleshoot-electric-problems-with-water-heater.html#ECO
Check that thermostats are sitting flat against tank.
Look and smell for signs of burning.
Check watt rating printed on end of new element matches watt rating that shows on label on side of tank
Make sure factory-installed installed insulation is put back over thermostat and element to avoid cool room temps from affecting thermostat.
Test wires.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-test-water-heater-wires.html
Make sure tank is wired correctly.
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Jan 02, 2013 | Water Heaters

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My AC 1200BTU work in heating 5min. and than stopped


Check temp setting and also room sensor. Setting must be minimum 3 degree more than room temp. Check continuity for sensor. If open replace it. Check coil , air filter and heater element are cleaned.
If high amps, replace heating element. Thanks.

Feb 07, 2011 | LGLXA1230 Air Conditioner

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The unit dosn't heat


Check heater element has power. And also setting temp must be minimum 3 degree + than room temp, with heat mode. If RV system, check power to RV. If not PCB problem. If power to heating element, still no heat, replace heating element. Thanks.

Jan 27, 2011 | Fedders AEY18F7G Y Chassis Heat/Cool Room...

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Window unit heater blows but dont get hot


To get proper heat, keep your temp setting at + 5 degreethan your room temp and also mode in "heat "position. If still no heat, check your heating sensorfor closed circuit by an OHMs metre.It it's with RV, check power to RV.Ifit's with heating element check power to element. If power is there but stillno heat means element defective. Replace new heating element. Thanks.

Jan 13, 2011 | Kenwood Heating & Cooling

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Do you still make the heating element for the 707 heater, it is a very small heater that is used to heat my bath room. It has lasted for years


www.bizrate.com have replacment heating elements still available :)



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Nov 30, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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I have to press the reset button every day, what is wrong, thank you!!!


Thermostat is tripping out due to thermostat or element may be going bad. Also take a look at the element's wire's connected to them and make sure there are no burn places. Because the thermostat will trip out for safety of the heater.
The thermostat's and elements are not exspensive to replace. Please inspect them very closely and be safe.

If you replace the thermostat please turn power off and changing the elements turn water off.
If elements need changing fill heater and get all air out of lines before turning the heater's power on.

Jun 02, 2010 | RELIANCE ELECTRIC WATER HEATER

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Melted plastic on the heater element.


Safety overules your financial decision, get a new element.

Feb 11, 2010 | Cadet Manufacturing CADET SL Series Small...

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Smell


the heat may be affecting the unit's paint. normally the oil used in manufacturing burns off the first time the unit is used. maybe the proximity of the element to the case is too close.

Dec 19, 2007 | Fahrenheat Electric Convector Baseboard...

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vulcan bonaire comfort control External natural gas electronic ignition 2004. ISSUE: Fan blowing only cool air continuously. Forced to kill power to stop it. model is one of the following. MB514E,20E or 30E. Going by mech drawing parts list. i can confirm what type of sensors i have cleaned with very fine sandpaper. flame sensor PN 5441603SP and IGNITER ELECTRODE PN 5441602SP The fault code i see is described as the following. There are x4 LED's. Sequence Left to Right. LEGEND: 1 Flame Sensor 2 Pressure switch 3 OverTemp 4 Diag. R Red G Green S Solid Colour B Blinking LED Behaviour. In order 2RS & 4GS Until i hear ignition. 2RS & 3RB Duration: split second 2RB,3RS & 4GB Duration: split second 3RS & 4GB Duration: Until it has completed blinking x4 times. 3RS Duration 4 seconds Repeat last two mentioned behaviour. in my own opinion, as a safety feature, the unit thinks that it has overheated or is about to. so kills the gas and force feeding cool air to heating components to save it from frying. Does this mean i have fault 04 if so does this mean i may have a faulty igniter or flame sensor or maybe a faulty as described in the mech drawing SWITCH OVER TEMPERATURE 120 degrees celsius. Am i correct here? Is this the over temperature cut out switch? if no one can really pinpoint which part requires replacement, can you at least, in sequence advise which parts to purchase? so then ill just try my luck. i wonder how to properly test if flame sensor, igniter, over temp etc is faulty with a multimeter. do i just perform a continuity test. I wonder what other parts can i test related to this fault im getting.

Jul 22, 2018 | Vulcan Heating & Cooling

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