Problem with fan master?

Discussion in 'Heating and Air-Conditioning' started by MrsWoman 123, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. MrsWoman 123

    MrsWoman 123 Read Only Funster

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    Okay, I've just noticed that the blown air heating is barely pumping out heat like it used to the dealer told me that it might be the fan master does anyone know anything such as the price or maybe what's wrong Thanks :Doh:
     
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    Hi & welcome :thumb: A little more info could be required :Wink: How much power in your battery? if it is low that could cause it not to work, are you on hook up ? are you sure the fan has not slowed down because it has reached temperature- they speed up /slow down Try to give us as much info as poss- ie works ok on hook up but not on battery-does not work at all - works but only very slow and battery is fully charged etc,etc
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    Hello Mrs Woman

    If you're getting little, or rather no heat, on the electric setting then have you tried pressing the reset button? You need to be able to get your hand behind the top of the fire (I reach ours by taking out a drawer above it) and then feeling down the left-hand side until you find a small square indent. If it makes a clicking noise when you press it, then that could well have been your problem.

    Does the fan seem to be whizzing round as usual? If you take off the front of the fire you should be able to give it a nudge if it's stopped spinning, and you can also brush or hoover out any dust. To be honest, experts warn you that this might just make matters worse by pushing the dust further in but I've found it to work in the past.

    If it's not working too well on gas, then I'm afraid that's another matter and it may mean the fire is due for a service.

    Good luck, and keep warm!
     
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