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First and foremost i recommend you take your harmonica to a professional for repair. But the problem can be many things that you can fix with a little patience. FIrst youll need to open up your harmonica and look at the condition of the reeds(the plate with the slits.) If they are rusted or warped they have been poorly maintained as water will rust the metal(saliva.) Sometimes simple sanding solves this problem though it seems thats not your problem. Usually the reed is misaligned due to excessive use and a professional would fix this with an index card sliding it very slowly under each tip of the reed attempting to level out the small piece of metal. Your attempting to realign the reed with the entire board. To see if your fix has worked you can blow into the reed and see if a smooth vibration comes out. Any more complex solutions would honestly show that its time for either a new reed plate or a new harmonica. For future reference make sure to get all saliva out of your harmonica when done playing it and keeping it in its case. Good luck
Most compressors with the problem that you are having suffer from leaking valves. As in a gasoline engine, leaking valves will lower efficiency. Valves in a compressor are in the form of reeds that seal against valve plate. Leaking reed valves or gaskets will increase the discharge air temperture. Inspect these parts with a magnifying lense. Look for evidense of wear or leaks. Also look for signs of air leaking from one cylinder to the other thru gaskets. Replace valve plate as necessary. Simple test, as your compressor is filling, check the intake for strong suction; as it neers the 92 psi mark suction will probably deminish if you have leaking valves. If suction remains strong at 92psi then you have a leak at the discharge side. Check with soapy water on all parts. Good luck
Make sure the inside of your throttle body doesn't have a gunk build up. If so, clean in out with some carb. cleaner really well. If the crack is plugged up in the throttle body, air cannot get into the engine at idle in which the car will die. Are you running an aftermarket cam? If you are, drill a 5/32 hole in the center of the lower half of the throttle plate in the throttle body. This helps a great deal as well.
Hi, I have an identical issue with my Brivis. Did you get a solution? Mine can be running, then goes blank and says searching. it will eventually come back. Just wondering if you had to replace the 14100?
In the manual it says that you should clean the heating element. Unplug the machine, lift off the water tank, pull the lever under the tank and lift off the power unit side. If there is too much build up on the element from mineral deposits, the refill light may remain on.
Unfortunately, I have cleaned mine, soaked it in vinegar, made it look nice and new...and it still doesn't work. I am really annoyed as I have not had this humidifier long and have taken really good care of it. I do not want to throw it out. I am going to call customer support and find out if there are any other solutions. (I got a new one for Christmas and do not want to open it until I am sure that it is not fixable!)