Hi - it cant have overheated because it has been switched off at the mains for 24 hours. I haven't used the fire for heating just for the light effect. It used to turn on intermittently but now it doesn't work at all.
I have an electrical multimeter tester - where do I need to check for power to the fan and llghts?
I am sorry, but this answer is a bit a ambiguos. Can you be more specific about how I identify where the positive and negative connection points are?
Sorry Ben, that doesn;t help. Need a more specific answer....
I realise that but if I dont know which connection should have power and which shouldnt - will be no further forward.
If there is no power you will get no reading , if there is you will. Look I'm going to opt out as I don't want to play games and I'm sure you don't either. I think its best to get an appliance electrician in , otherwise you are going to find yourself replacing expensive parts that you don't need . all the best
Thanks Toby, I agree - we are going round in circles and I would not want to buy parts that I don't need.