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Old 02-16-2013, 12:13 AM   #16
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No power at live feed to bathroom wall heater.


I was under the impression that the OP meant it was a "pull cord" switch.

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Old 02-16-2013, 12:32 AM   #17
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I was under the impression that the OP meant it was a "pull cord" switch.
Either that or possiblty bad plug as far we know with heaters are famous for that ( it don't matter if Americian or European verison the answer always the same )

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FRENCHELECRICIAN.
Sorry but it was nothing to do with the cord pull switch or the heater itself. The original problem was with the mains live feed being dead. Now live !!
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FRENCHELECRICIAN.
Sorry but it was nothing to do with the cord pull switch or the heater itself. The original problem was with the mains live feed being dead. Now live !!
Then you have loose connecton at the main board that something you will have to check it out and tighten it down.

If you are not confortable doing this then hire a electrician to come out and assit you on the repair.

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