Round up miracle steamer has new control panel, transformer, hi limit, and relay. Control panel and relay are flashing.
YES! Like fixbear said!
Since their website lists twenty-three different models of the Antunes line of steamers, knowing YOURS would be extremely helpful.
Your question is EXTREMELY vague.
There are potentially more questions. The fact is that you have over $500 in new parts in it and they didn't fix your problem.
Did a service company do that...or did you do it yourself?
As for a flashing "control panel", nothing in the two (out of twenty-three) OWNERS MANUALS I bothered to peruse...says anything about something flashing - EXCEPT:
As for the flashing relay - WELL, it's a solid state relay (SSR) which does have a LED on it. A nice little troubleshooting feature. The fact that it's flashing might be by the design of the circuit. I don't know about that steamer, but it's not unusual for manufacturers to design circuit boards to energize SSRs in a cyclic manner. Sort of a pulsing operation. If that's the case with your steamer, then the flashing SSR LED is normal. Each flash indicates that it's biased closed at that moment and thereby sending power to the heater in the generator.
Since the SSR is flashing, then the heater (generator) should eventually get hot. If it's NOT, then IT might be open. This can be easily tested in about five seconds with an ohmmeter.
If the generator tests bad, a new one costs over $400. It's a little more challenging to replace than those other parts that were put in it. Then your pushing the $1000 mark in parts alone (assuming you DIYed it) to repair a $1500-1700 steamer.
Hopefully you're getting your parts at a discounted rate (Sonic Drive-in?) and your parts cost is lower.
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