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Bathroon underfloor heating gone
control panel is off and underfloor heating not working. what could be the cause and how expensive it could be to fix?
3 Answers from MyBuilder Electricians
Accrington • Member since 16 Dec 2010 • 33 jobs, 100% positive feedback
Check the fuses. If they are ok then call a registered electrician.
Answered 9th Jun 2015
Sounds like a blown fuse or possibly circuit board inside the control panel has blown?
Answered 11th Jun 2015
Best case: as mentioned before, fuse, loose connection, temperature probe not working. Straightforward, less than an hours work to diagnose and fix.
Worse case: heating element failure. Easy for an electrician to identify with a meter though. Repair would require replacing the heat mats under the tiles.
Answered 15th Jun 2015
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