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Creda Comfortaire Electric Warm Aire Heating Failure

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by SupersonicP1, 19 Nov 2007.

  1. SupersonicP1

    SupersonicP1

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    I have a Creda Comfortaire Electric Warm Aire Unit that doesnt warm up. The fan works blowing only cold air out.

    I have hoovered it out and looked for a reset switch (which there doesnt seem to be) as suggested in another thread.

    Everything is swiched on but the unit just does not warm up! I have replaced a 5amp fuse in the unit and the 30amp fuse in the fuse box.

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
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  3. wentworth478

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    on the front of the unit should be a thin centre panel, take two screws out of top of unit and lift away . you will see a series of wires running from the centre to the bottom

    at the bottom two wires are connected to the a thermostat safety cut out switch check ressistance if none needs replacing this is a common fault 23 quid from quickspares ltd tell 0151 426 1393

    if you do have resistance then thermo relays have gone you should have 3 off located behind the grill at the bottom 3 black boxes all the same elininination is requires these are 38 quid from same place

    hop this is iof help
     
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