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Can not get heating elements to stay red hot. This is a Viking sauna serial # C-05/0496 Saunatec TYP 1714-60-17. Thanks for any help. Rich G

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Suddenly stopped steaming, tank filled steam light stays on, no steam but heats up? Problem solving in manual just states the obvious? Can you suggest anything else or will I have to contact Hoover


Perhaps Element not heating to full temperature to generate steam.
Temperature sensor may be faulty if element is ok.
1 Element or 2 ????

Sorry... No magic fix button

Open it up and start testing things.
a multimeter comes in handy here.

or
back to Hoover repair centre

Good Luck

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I have the euro steam blaster s3325 when I turn it on, the steam ready **** comes on right away not heating can the heating element be replaced? thanks


There is a device attach to the heating element called a thermo fuse, this devise brakes down when it get to hot.
open the machine and replace it with the same value. it is written on it..

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I have a vintage GE coffee perculator made in the 1930's and 1940's Cat No. 119P102 which I bought from an antinque store in Chicago 2 months ago. It has worked beautifully until yesterday morning...


The first problem is the time you will use a product of the very old time , and ask you not wonder what it mains happened in the interval between 1930 and 2016 maybe its not only the changeof 110V to 120 volts it is not much difference but far enough to worry and what the effect is on the heat dissipation of the heating element inside (the coffee must be too hot 90 and 95 degrees are normal all the cables and more parts of Should Be Replaced if it was not modifiedin all Those years, it Should Be modified, and it was modified there must be for shure a big wire resistor be Placed in serial to release to the high aC power on the heating element. and maybe many more parts. gaskets cables and more must Be Replaced iif not safety for all. preventinfo and usefull to a hot Become bitter tasting coffee temperature.

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There is a heating element in there that gets hot and produces steam. Obviously it is not getting power or it has burned out. If it is the latter you need to find out how much the repair part, if available, costs. The expense and hassle might just not be worth it.

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My steam mop model jc-206 shows ared light and switches to between red and green but does not produce steam.


There is a tube that goes between the pump and the heat element,I just took one apart and the tube was melted therefore prevent any steam getting to the bottom of the steam mop.Also if it isn't melted or cut the element could be blocked,take a small piece of wire and clean out the hole in the heat element.

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Recently I purchased Sanyo Eneloop NC-MQN04ES Charger. I need the user manual for this charger. How many hours does it takes to charge 4 aa and aaa Batteries. I charged it for more than 6 hrs. But the led...


This is from the user 's manual i just copy paste it

Specification: Voltage : AC 220V - AC 240V,
Input : 50/60 Hz 6W,
Output : DC 2.4V 220-280mA x2 (AA),
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I couldn't find any warranty information on this iron, but I suspect that the heating element either has a faulty connection or part of it has cracked, making contact at time, but poor contact at other times. The unit will have to be taken apart and inspected and troubleshot, and that's why I was inquiring about the warranty. Someone in a review of them said that their website and 800 number weren't working, so you might try to refer to your manual that came with it for support. Another person who uses them regularly said they just last for about 3 years before needing to be replaced. If the warranty isn't valid for you, I would disassemble it and try to see if an electrical connection to the element is cracked, perhaps, or has heat damage, then try to secure it. If the element's cracked or damaged by heat, it will need to be replaced. There's a chance the control unit's faulty, and any fix could run into some money. If you do have it serviced, get an estimate first. Sometimes it's just better to bite the bullet and get a new one. Good luck, and hope this helps.

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Bissell will not heat up


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The heater may help heat the water a little more, but it's no biggie IMO.

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