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SPLIT: Heater element

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by sc0ps, 24 Aug 2007.

  1. sc0ps

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    Apologies if you think I am hijacking this post but as I have already been through this and replaced the heater element and still have the same problem I was wondering if anyone could suggest where else the fault might lie? Do you have any ideas Tockworth?

    Also, interestingly, I can't see my post from earlier.

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    Lynda, moderator

    Please DON'T hi-jack posts, it causes confusion.

    Your post has been split.

    The first post you made is here
     
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  3. tockworth

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    scOps The first thing to do is to measure continuity in the old element to see if it was open circuit.Depending on the result of this test would determine what steps to take next.
     
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