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Can you give a basic explanation point to point how a shower works please - the solnoid is energised water is passing throughtheshower - the water is not heating up could it bethe element at fault

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Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
You've actually posted on the washing machine forum!
Having said that I think you are correct PROVIDING that the electrical supply to the heating element itself is confirmed OK.
Cheers,
John C

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