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Emmersion heater in airing cupboard tripped, so i replaced old for new rdt 18inch vertical ressetable therostat but it still tripped, could the problem be the element? if so how easy is it to replace?

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Easy! Breaker trips means electrically touching ground. Disconnect parts till unit stays running then "that eas the grounded part. Thank you very much!

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