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Over heat and start to loose refrigerant from the reservoir

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Check for a bad radiator cap. if it's bad it won't hold pressure enough to let the system work

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How to burp a raditor in a 2005 chev silverado 5.3 1500


Remove the cap from the reservoir. Fill the reservoir to the proper level. Start the vehicle and let idle until full warmed up. Keep an eye on the coolant level in the reservoir during this time and top off as necessary. Once the vehicle is fully warmed up snap the throttle a couple of times. Add more coolant if necessary.

Turn the heat on to full heat and set the blower speed to high. Make sure there is sufficient heat from the vents. If not continue snapping throttle until the temp is hot.

Put the cap back on the reservoir. Your done.

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2004 hyundai santa fe power steering pump is squealing


sound like you have lost presure switch that is supposed to relive presure when presure is high or the belt is too tight putting presure on the bearing causing over heat or oil cooler restricted and not coolling the oil

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Over heating and lost of refrigerant from the reservoir


with the engine cold take the cap off of the radiator and lean the bike over to one side and listen for gurggling sounds. there could be air bubbles trapped in system. with the cap off start the bike and see if the coolant is circulating. it's probably a bad radiator cap. It's not holding pressure when hot to let the system work right. i think it has a 1.1 cap, maybe get a 1.6 cap and see if it helps

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Heating element replacement


Yes, it does sound like the heating element needs to be replaced. However, this coffeemaker is not built to be serviceable in that regard.

I recommend replacing the coffeemaker.

In the future, make sure you do not add water to the reservoir unless the coffeemaker has been turned of for at least five minutes. This will help prolong the life of the heating element.

The heating element will naturally degrade over time. But, it can incur sudden damage when the reservoir is refilled with water too soon - while the element is still hot. Because of the simple design, if the coffeemaker is on, then both the warming plate's heating element and the reservoir's heating element are on. So, after a brewing cycle is complete, the reservoir's heating element stays on. Without any in the reservoir to keep it cool, the heating element superheats. So, if water is put in the reservoir while the coffeemaker is on or before the element has adequately cooled, the sudden burst of steam from the water contacting the element can be quite violent.

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LG LFX21976ST refrigerator. Started the day with a full reservoir of ice, was using it heavily to keep some workers hydrated. The last time I tried to get ice, none came. Per the label inside the doo


The ice maker's water supply line may be frozen solid. Do not worry... take out your frozen groceries and dairy products, and let your friends store them for two days while your completely defrost your refrigerator. If you don't want to wait, try to locate a schematic (parts diagram) for your fridge and take a panel access cover off to get access to the copper tube of the water supply line inside. (Warning: this can be terminal to your fridge so don't attempt this without the exact parts diagram for your make and model.) Ensure you are heating the water pipe and NOT the refrigerant line; i.e., freon, ammonia, etc... Unplug your fridge and heat up the (water supply) copper pipe with a high wattage blow dryer... if you were a pro, I would recommend a heat gun. DO NOT USE A HAND TORCH as the soldered joint connections may come loose and it will leak afterwards. (The demand you placed on the ice maker caused the compressor to run almost continually for the ice maker assembly causing the copper pipe water supply pipe to freeze... it will take time to thaw it out by just unplugging it. In the future, when you know you need volumes of ice... make a little at a time each day and store it inside a separate ice cube container.) You may also want to check the activation lever above the ice cube container (bin) to make sure it moves freely against the switch contact. If the switch contact is jammed, it won't work. Good Luck

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Our Mr. Coffee (model JWX27--it's less than 2 yrs old) stopped working out of the blue. The lights all seem to work, and the clock, but it doesn't start the brewing cycle. I've checked the timer/delay...


The heating element has gone bad. Since it is not a user-serviceable part, I recommend replacing the coffeemaker.

In the future, make sure you do not add water to the reservoir unless the coffeemaker has been turned of for at least five minutes. This will help prolong the life of the heating element.

The heating element will naturally degrade over time. But, it can incur sudden damage when the reservoir is refilled with water too soon - while the element is still hot. Because of the simple design, if the coffeemaker is on, then both the warming plate's heating element and the reservoir's heating element are on. So, after a brewing cycle is complete, the reservoir's heating element stays on. Without any in the reservoir to keep it cool, the heating element superheats. So, if water is put in the reservoir while the coffeemaker is on or before the element has adequately cooled, the sudden burst of steam from the water contacting the element can be quite violent.

Mar 01, 2011 | Mr. Coffee JWX27 12-Cup Coffee Maker

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Hi - I'm looking for an Instruction Manual for an Integrated Oven HJA3650. This can be branded Lamona / Diplomat / Beko (and is made for B&Q / Argos etc). Can you help please


hello,
Operators Manual
Circulating Bath withDigital Controller
110-118
rev. A
3
Table of Contents
Section 1. General Information
1.1 Unpacking
1.2 Package Contents
1.3 Description of Circulating Bath
1.4 Specification
1.5 Circulating Bath Fluid Connections To External Apparatus
Section 2. Operation
2.1 Location
2.2 Filling the Reservoir
2.3 Reservoir Fluids
2.4 Circulator Pump
2.5 Closed Loop Circulation
2.6 Power
2.7 Setting Temperature
2.8 Setting the High Limit
2.9 Setting the Safety Thermostat
2.10 Operation of Refrigerated Models
2.11 Operation of Heat-Only Models
2.12 Selection of Celsius or Fahrenheit Readout
2.13 Optimization of Controller
2.14 Controller Display Messages
Section 3. Maintenance
3.1 Heater
3.2 Pump Motor
3.3 Condenser and Air Vents (Refrigerated Models)
3.4 Cleaning
3.5 Maintaining Clear Bath Water
Section 4. Troubleshooting
4.1 Unit Disabled - Service Required
4.2 No Pumping
4.3 Insufficient Pumping
4.4 No Cooling or Insufficient Cooling
4.5 No Heating
4.6 Insufficient Heating
4.7 Triac Failure
4.8 Controller Default Settings
Section 5. Service and Technical Support
Section 6. After-sale Support
Section7. Warranty
4
Section 1. General Information
1.2 Unpacking
Your circulator is shipped in a special carton. Retain the carton and all packing materials until the unit
is completely assembled and working properly. Set up and run the unit immediately to confirm proper
operation. Beyond one week, your unit may be warranty repaired, but not replaced. If the unit is
damaged or does not operate properly, contact the transportation company, file a damage claim and
contact the company where your unit was purchased.
Remove any loose packing material which may have fallen into the reservoir during shipping. Also
check that nothing remains around the heater or circulator pump. Before proceeding, be sure the
Power switch is in the OFF position. Refrigerated models should have the Cooling switch in the OFF
position.
1.2 Package Contents
All TC-101D TC-201D TC-501D
Circulator Bath
Operators Manual 110-119
3/16in., 1/4in., and 3/8in. Nylon Barbed Tubing Adapters 510-011
6 ft. of 1/4in. ID Latex Tubing 300-299
Beaker Platform(s) for Bath Reservoir — 600 ml 701-402 701-402 (qty 2) 701-402
— 1000ml 701-403
Deck Lid(s) — solid 510-209 510-209
— w/beaker holes 510-211 510-209 510-211
Blue Hole Plugs — 31/2 inch 300-295 300-295(qty 2) 300-295
Note: Do NOT Use Above 120°C — 41/4 inch 300-296
Note: Work area "opening" is designed to measure samples directly in the bath. If additional viscometer height
i

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How long do u have to wait to plug the refrigerator in if tipped on its side for a hour


You may have lost or will loose your compressor any way. But, You will need to keep it off for a minimum of 24 hours, if possible, 48. The longer the better your chances are. Most never work again. You may get lucky, I really hope you do.
I wish you the best, and please let me know.
Shastalaker7,
A/C, Heating & Refrigeration Contractor

Jul 08, 2010 | Kenmore Refrigerators

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02 silverado, heat comes out of vents even when air is on. I don't hear the door close when switching from heat to air . Flushed the core with same results.


check under the hood for broken, loose or cracked vacuum lines. Make sure the one to the reservoir pot is hooked up. The doors run on vacuum and you must have one off. Start it up and listen for a hiss.

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