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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On heat pumps, the normal setting is simply an air conditioner working in reverse. The EMT or AUX heat is a supplemental heating system using electric heating elements instead of the hermetic (compressor) system. As far as why the regular heat does not work it can be one of many things. low freon charge. reversing valve not functioning. The defrost cycle not working. Take your pick. you may want to call a service man to repair it as the electric (EMT) is not as efficient.
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
You do not give details as to the material the heater is made of.If we presume the backing is made of metal then the heat is deforming the metal and being screwed there is no expansion.Also why is the heater on the ceiling.Dust and other grime will give a smell-keep it clean.
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Posted on Nov 17, 2007
You most likely have a heat pump, the aux heat (usually electric) comes on anytime the room temperature is 4 degrees below the thermostat setting. Does the buzz go off when the aux heat lite goes out? If the aux heat does not shut off then the primary heater (heat pump) is not putting out enough heat to satisfy the thermostat. I need a little more info. Do you have a heat pump? Is it working?
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
cfheck to make sur ethat the t-stat is set for your type of heat. if you do not go through the instructions sep by sep then you will have problems. if you have then call a professional.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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2-Canister for the heater element.
3-Hi limit thermostat. This thermostat is a
safety thermostat in case the dryer severely overheats. When this safety
thermostat is defective, it should raise a red flag for air flow problems.
4-This is the terminals of the heater element
that is inside the canister.
5-Thermal fuse that controls motor run.
6-Control thermostat. This is the thermostat
that controls the cycling of the heater in high heat mode.
7-Heater for low heat. When you select low
heat, 110V is sent to this heater that the control thermostat sits in. The
heater helps cycle the control thermostat faster, therefore you get less heat
than the high heat mode.
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