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The next thing you need to do is find out whether you have 240v to the bottom element....the top will not heat till the bottom is satisfied... An electric meter is critical when working with these units....trace the power and see where it stops....
Most air pressure regulator knobs work like a "child-proof" cap on a medicine vial. It has a spring inside that keeps it dis-engaged from the tooth like gears inside. To turn the knob you must first pull out or push in the knob. You should feel some resistance from the spring inside. As you pull, you will feel the knob seat into the "teeth" inside. Then you can turn the knob and change the air pressure supplied. Note: most air regulator valves work in the opposite manner of regular water valves. Turning the knob clockwise should increase the air pressure... counter clockwise should decrease the pressure.
I hope this solution will bring you success. Best Regards, Michael Mittelsdorf