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Well make sure it is getting voltage and if not check for wiring or fuse(when off of course) if getting voltage then you have bad element. guess you could have a bad switch on it or a relay that turns it on,but that is more remote and all you have to do is see where the voltage is and where it aint
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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