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snowhead

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There seems to be a few specialists that repair them, I bet they've bought up all the spares that show discontinued on the spares sites.


 
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littlespark

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My parents had one of them in their council house years ago. Took it out for “more economical” storage heaters in about ‘84??
 
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Avo Mk8

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It's possible the fan and thermostat etc (which do work) are supplied from your main consumer unit, whereas the heating element (which doesn't work!) would have been supplied from an 'Economy seven' supply/consumer unit via a timeswitch. As has been mentioned, is there any sign of a timeswitch, or remains of another 'fusebox' near your consumer unit? I think it's as likely to be not working because the timed supply is disconnected somewhere, rather than there being an actual fault with the element.
 
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The R7 installation manual is available on the web.
It shows a seperate feed for the element, which I suspect may not be connected. A few minutes with a tester would confirm.39569317-A531-4334-81D1-0E1E2C6EAB0C.png
 
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