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  1. Tone14
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    Have Triton Bezique 1 shower
    Small part has burnt out, not sure if its replaceable.
    Top left of 'can assembly'
    see picture
    I had a similar problem with another shower 4 years ago, replaced parts & still going strong :)

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    Shalom,Tone, Although that looks like the OT sensor,i would firstly give more information regarding your experience/electrical knowledge,before requesting advice from lads who are getting ready to pelt you with fruit...if it has other issues or is "of an age",replacement could be a better course of action. Good luck and don't let pomergranate juice dry on light coloured clothing...:28:
     
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    if it's the part with the brown cable/yellow sleeve, then it is an O/H sensor. about £28 from triton.
     
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    Looks like the neutral from one elements in the can?? Loose connection? The thermal cut out looks ok.
     
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    Many thanks for advice - it is the 2 Neutral wires to the left in the picture (Blue)
    I would be surprised at a loose connection it has been working ok for 6 years.
    I thought the Thermal cut out looked ok.
    Not sur why a Neutral would suddenly burn out in use.
     
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    Many thanks for advice from Shower Doctor, I bought parts for another shower 4 years ago from here & still going strong.
    Not sure how to identify part in this instance though.
    To the top left of the 'can assembly'
     
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    in that case, the cables need stripping back to undamaged part and as new termination made. presume it's to 1 side of the element.
     
  9. Tone14
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    I thought the thermal cut out looked ok.
    it is the 2 neutral wires at the top, but do not appear loose.
    It's been in place 6 years
     
  10. Tone14
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    Many thanks for all advice - I was unable to fully ascertain the identity or cause of burn out.
    So did the sensible thing & replaced the unit.

    Cheers all the same.
    I'm sure I will be back.
     
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