I plugged the unit in; it ran then it just turned itself off. I checked the plug, the breaker box and its all working and have power. I have tried to unplug, wait 3 minutes and plug it back in but I get no power on the display. Is there something that might need to be reset on the unit, and if so were it located.
I have the same unit and it started to act funny then eventually would not turn on. Suspect circuit board for controls.(I removed the board and played with the connector and checked the components ) All was good and unit is working again still need to find new board Part #cor182k
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There is probably a breaker box in the bedroom closet behind a panel. Look elsewhere if not there and check the breakers when you find it. You may have a short circuit somewhere and the breaker opened. Or maybe even a failed breaker. Check for voltage at the breaker itself. Don't assume the breaker is getting power.
the motor is prob rated for 120-140 volts if your only getting 110 there is the problem see what the breaker is putting out at the box the light will still work but the motor needs enough amps to start sounds like a voltage drop issue
Be sure the power cord is plugged in to the a/c outlet fully. Take a table lamp and plug in the same outlet to verify power is good. If no power, check for circuit breaker tripped in main breaker box.
If problem seems to stay with tv, I would contact seller. You should have at least nine months of warranty left.
Could have quite possibly tripped the circuit breaker. If it is a 230volt unit, there will be two breakers, they are usually joined together and probably 20 amp. Trip them all the way back and then all the way forward. If it is a smaller 120 volt unit there will only be one breaker, more than likely a 15 or 20 amp. Hope this works. Also, on newer models the plug may contain a reset button. It will be right on the head of the plug itself.
Tirn the Master ON/OFF switch to OFF. Unplug the unit for 12 to 15 minutes. This should allow the unit to reset itself. Plug the unit back in and turn the Master Switch to ON. If it reset itself, it should work normally. If it doesn't test the wall outlet it's plug into to make sure it still has power. Unplug the heater and plug in a lamp to see if it works. If it doesn't the circuit breaker in your homes breaker panel has been tripped and needs to be reset. More than likely, your Heat Surge Heater tripped the breaker, because of a malfunction.
OK everyone, my ears are red. Over the weekend, I gave this another shot, since my warranty repair appointment isn't until next week.
I opened the dryer door (the drum light is off, indicating no power at all) and went to the circuit breaker box, and flipped the washer/dryer breaker back to off and then re-set the breaker again.
When I got to the laundry room - the drum light was on!
So I powered up the unit, and ran the machine. It ran for about one minute, and then went off. So I went back and re-set the breaker again.
Visually, the breakers did NOT LOOK tripped - but flipping the thing off and then on to re-set the breaker worked.
This time, the dryer is working fine. The bad part is: I need to replace the breaker for the second time. So this is NOT a defective dryer, it is a bad electrical supply. I will call the electrician back to make him fix this right. . . . .
Thanks again for all who responded. This is a new unit, purchased on 7/7/2009.
Have you checked the breaker in the breaker box to see if it's tripped? Also check the amp rating on the air conditioner and the amp rating on the breaker the unit is plugged into, the breaker may be weak or not a high enough amps or rating for the unit it's trying to power.
I was having the same problem....take off the display plate to see the mother board....take out the five screws....UNPLUG FIRST!!!!....tHE WIRE GOING FROM THE THERMOSTAT MAY BE UNPLUGGED...IT'S A LITTLE TWO PRONG PLUG PROBABLY ON THE LEFT HAND, MIDDLE