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Hi I need a new heater element as no longer heating up. I have tested it and there is no continuity when tested. The part has 230V 2x600WIRCA on it. Please advise me were i can purchase. Regards Gary

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The above Heating Element 230V 2x600WIRCA is also a part in...
My DeLonghi Magnifica EAM3500 Coffee Maker displays the message "Heating Up... Please Wait"..... after the quick "power on" diagnostic routine completes OK.
It has stopped getting HOT. and ends up with an error message after a period of time.

The Coffee Maker has a Heating Element numbered 2X600WIRCA as part of what DeLonghi call "The Generator Module".
Mine shows open circuit and has 188vac across the terminals.
It also has an 8" nichrome (resistor) wire across both terminals which are probably putting a small load on the circuit.
Both in line temperature cutouts are closed. Which would be normal.
The small temperature control thermistor appears to be functional.
If it's connector is pulled of the control circuit board, the unit gets a fault message on the LCD Screen & the power on diagnostic fails.

This Generator Module (with heating element fixed to it) has a part number of 7332182500
There is a diagram on
http://www.ereplacementparts.com/delonghi-eam3500-magnifica-parts-c-122345_122351_122712.html
also available on
http://www.appliancepartswarehouse.com.au/7332182500-generator-delonghi-p-96257.html
and
http://www.4delonghi.co.uk/search.pl?t=31382.3024002819&query=2290822OH
The element could be prised away from the generator if unavailable elsewhere and required for another type of repair.
Hope this helps someone else
Cheers
Trevor

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Hi Gary i have the same problem with my esam 6620 did you find where you could get the part from?

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