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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: need circuit diagram for bush
Diagrams i am sure as you know are not always easy to come by, at least for free. I see that there are available boards online and a company that will rebuild this model of power board for you in UK. ohmsupplies.co.uk is where it is at. looks like $80
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
You'll need a replacement board. You'll need model and serial numbers off of the cleaner itslef to help identify which power supply and therefore what PCB is needed to replace yours. Try contacting our service center at www.arrowmotor.net and click the contact button in the upper right corner.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
SOURCE: my heater does not turns on
if this is a high effeciency model, the venting may not be clear or the drain may be partially plugged. if you hear any sort of water gurgling in the inducer motor, you probably have one of these conditions. if that checks, see if you have 110 volts to the hot surface ignitor. if you read voltage there after the inducer comes up to speed, then you need a new hot surface ignitor. if no voltage, then the pressure switch is still not closing. concentrate on the condensate drain and furnace venting.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
If you have any problems with sewing machines with electronic boards or if the machine is computerised it is wise to take it to a specialist for repair.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
When you turned off the power to the heaters was the breakers a double (2 pole ) one? If so, then yes, it defintely is 240v. There are very few 110v baseboard heaters out there anyway. The best way to check is to have an electric meter and check it out for sure. Actually if you are working on electrical circuits and you do not have an electric meter to check if you have them shut down for sure, you are on dangerous ground. Always be safe and check before working on any circuit.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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