Question about Tilia FoodSaver V2240
Thereshould be 2 circuits, the vacuum motor and the sealer strip circuit. Of course the sealer strip should be controlled by the circuit board due to low voltage and the vacuum motor is either stepped down to 12 volts or direct 110v. Your best bet is to follow the circuit from source going downstream-testing with a meter for what is present at certain points. There is ,what is called a fusible link in many appliance circuits. It's like or is a fuse that is sealed . Burn out can only be confirmed with a continuity meter. It is wire in-line at power input. Repair by replacement only, requiring soldering or splicing . It should be easy to locate and replace. Good luck - Ned
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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