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Repair part for Buderus GB142 UBA 3

Hi ,



I have a UBA 3  V3.6 for a Buderus GB142  that needs to be repaired. The entire fuse socket

dropped down inside the enclosure when trying to replace the fuse. Is

there any way I can get a replacement part? The socket appears to just

push into the housing and make contact with the  circuit board.  That

is, there are no wires actually attached to the fuse socket that I can

see.  Possibly someone out there that has replaced an old UBA V3.5 with

the V3.6 still has the 3.5 laying around. I would assume the fuse socket

is the same.



If anyone can help let me know.

Comments

  • ZmanZman Member Posts: 5,831
    edited January 2014
    Parts

    It looks like there is a part number for that in the manual. Why not call your local dealer and order one up.

    http://www.buderus.us/files/201301031745390.GB142_InstallationInstructions_en_72150200_11-11.2012.pdf



    It looks like part number 38345

    Carl
    "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"
    Albert Einstein
  • LAG1VTLAG1VT Member Posts: 9
    Thanks for the help

    Carl,

    Part number 38345 is the "fuse holder". I have that part. Problem is the fuse holder (PN: 38345) plugs into a receptacle  in  the casing. The receptacle  is missing and there is no part number showing for this part.



    When I was inserting the fuse holder  the receptacle literally  pushed in and dropped inside the box.



    Larry
  • ZmanZman Member Posts: 5,831
    Buderus

    Larry,

    Either way this sounds like either a superglue repair or a call to Buderus.

    You could try posting this on the main wall. I am sure you are not the first person to have this problem. Sometimes these subcategories get overlooked.

    Carl
    "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"
    Albert Einstein
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