If your Amba Jeeves or Amba Traditional towel warmer has quit working, most likely the heating element that has went out. It is an easy fix that you can do yourself.
Click on the video below for the Amba Jeeves heating element installation instructions.
135 Watt Heating Element - Jeeves F,M
200 Watt Heating Element - Jeeves L
175 Watt Heating Element - Jeeves K,E,C (Finishes: Matte Black, ORB & White)
80 Watt Heating Element - Jeeves H,I,J (Finishes: Matte Black, ORB & White)
150 Watt Heating Element - Jeeves K,E,C (Finishes: Polished & Brushed)
240 Watt Heating Element - Jeeves D
60 Watt Heating Element - Jeeves H,I,J (Finishes: Polished & Brushed)
150 Watt - Amba Traditional (Polished & Brushed)
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
What do I do, if all the liquid drains out of the Amba Jeeves?
You must use 20% glycol which is available in the form of anti-freeze that is used in car radiators otherwise the water may freeze. It’s very important that you don’t overfill the unit as there must be room for expansion when the fluid heats up. The correct level of fluid with the element already fitted is 1/3 of the way up into the last bar. This can be monitored by removing the plug on the other side and shining a light into the unit.
In the process of taking the heating element out, a small amount of oil was spilled. What type of oil does it hold and to what level should it be?
Inside the Amba Jeeves is a mixture of glycol/water. If only a little bit of fluid leaked out, you can top it up with just waterThe unit should be filled up until it reaches the halfway mark up the horizontal tube.