The over flow hose on the water pump when warm drips water @ antfreeze about a 1/2 cup in 5 minutes haven't used bike much in last 2 yrs; plugs look good, no oil in radiator or water in oil, cranks & runs great. Tried to sell it and customer was concerned about over flow.
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Either your heater blend door is failing, your core is plugged, or you have poor coolant circulation. checking the temp of both heater hoses will rule out the core usually. (Warm engine, heater ON, both hoses should be HOT and near same temperature). If 1 hose is hot and the other cold, your core may be plugged. If both hoses are HOT, and still no heat inside, your heater box is likely not directing the warm air properly on the interior. If neither hose is hot or warm, and heater is ON, your heater control valve should be checked to make sure it is flowing coolant to the heater.
If all THAT seems to pass (heater valve definitely open) an d still low or not heat inside and both hoses the same, your water pump may not be making enough flow to feed the engine and the heater. Typically if this is the problem, holding the engineat high rev (3000+) for 5-10 minutes will cause the heater to warm up mostly, and then dropping the RPM to 1000 or 1500 you will feel it cool off rapidly. If that is the case, you will need cooling system repairs.
Lets do the easy - inexpensive check / repair first:
Shut off the water supply at the input to the hose. Turn the washer on to warm to allow water pressure in the hose to be relieved. It should take only a second or two to do this.
Shut the machine OFF.
Mark the hoses H and C (or other marking you choose) on both ends to match Hot and Cold water.
Disconnect the hoses completely.
Check for and remove any sediment (and other debris) caught in the screen mesh-type filter in the end of the hose and at the hot and cold water input connections on the washer.
Check condition of the rubber washers in the hose ends and replace as needed.
Connect the hose to the supply side and hold the other ends into the washer tub or other wide mouth container or bucket.
Turn the water ON and then OFF momentarily to flush the hoses while holding the hose ends. You should see a high volume stream from both hoses.
Reconnect to the washer side connection (after making sure the washers are still in place).
Tighten hoses to hand tight - plus an additional 1/4 turn.
Turn on the water supply
Make an initial check for leaks and drips at both ends of the hose. Correct as needed. Check again after 5 minutes. Correct as needed and repeat this step.
At this point, the flow of water to the washer has either been verified or corrected. If there is still an issue with water flow it is likely a problem with the valve inside the washer (has the hose connections sticking out the back of the machine. You can attempt to replace it yourself or turn the problem over to an appliance repairer.
Try removing the thermostat and reverse flushing the motor, Actually try flushing in both directions, this will tell you if you have a circulation problem but 1 thing you should know is that the water goes in the water pump and out the thermostat, try running it without the thermostat and check your water flow
Water leaking by when the unit is supposed to be off is caused by water leaking by the inlet water valve diaphram.
Here is what you can do in an attempt to clear any internal debris of the water valve.
Both wall faucets off
1. Disconnect One hose from the water valve and remove the inlet screen by using a knife blade on the outer edge of the screen.
2, Reconnect that hose to the water valve.
3. Place the wall end of the hose in a bucket
4. Turn on the water at the wall for the hose that is still connected to the wall.
4. Select WARM wash and start a fill cycle. (Water will back flush into the bucket.
5. Use a hammer HANDLE and tap the hose connections of the water valve. (Your trying to losen the debris)
6. After a minute turn off the warm fill and the water faucet at the wall.
7. Disconnect the removed hose from the water valve and install the inlet screen AFTER cleaning the screen.
8 Reconnect the hose to the water valve and the wall connection.
9. Repeat steps 1 - 8 for remaining side.
If this does not stop the water drip then the water valve will have to be changed.
I will repost later the water valve part number and source.
Low water pressure from source is generally not a problem unless water hose to washer collapses when use. You only need to supply the pump just 3 to 5 gallons of water per minute. Easy to check. Just open water supply to hose and capture water flowing out of hose into 5 gallon bucket (capture water in bucket for 1 min., should pretty much fill it ). Just use as normal. Good luck
There are many types of rice. Follow specific directions for variety used.
2. Accurately measure rice and water then combine in rice bowl.
Pour specified amount of water in water reservoir. Cover and steam.
3. For softer rice, increase by 1 – 2 tablespoons the water mixed with rice
by the specified amount of water on the chart. For firmer rice decrease
water mixed with rice by the same amount.
4. Check doneness and consistency of rice at minimum time specified
for each type, stirring rice at the same time.
5. When checking/stirring rice, be careful not to drip the condensate into the
rice bowl which would reduce the quality and flavor of the steamed rice.
6. Use only clean water in water reservoir
7. Rice may be seasoned with salt, pepper or butter after steaming.
Combined In Rice Bowl Approx. Time
Type of Rice Rice Amount Water (Minutes)
Regular 1/2 cup 1 cup 42 – 45
Parboiled 1 cup 1-1/2 cups 45 – 50
Long Grain and Wild Rice Mix
Regular (6 oz. pkg.) Mix 1-1/2 cups 50 – 55
Quick Cooking (6-1/2 oz. pkg.) Mix 1-3/4 cups 18 – 20
Instant 1 cup 1-1/2 cups 15 – 18
Regular 1 cup 1-1/2 cups 45 – 50
Long Grain 1 cup 1-2/3 cups 50 – 55
Your water pump impeller has probably come apart, you will have to do a timing belt job to get a new water pump in there. If you are not comfortable with that, take it to a shop. But yes, to check for water flow, pull the return line on the coolant bottle (little one on the top) and hold it so any water that would come out would go into the bottle, and start the engine (the engine has to be cold to try this test) there should be an almost immediate flow of water, if no water comes out, even if you give it a little gas, (should be a decent flow, not a trickle) than your water pump is in fact dead, very very common problem on 1.8 & 2.0 Jetta's, Beetles, and Passats.
This may be one of two issues:
1. The pump is malfunctioning which can cause the internal reservior to not completely fill which causes issues during brewing. My unit dribbled random amounts of water instead of brewing for about a week before the pump died completely.
2. The puncture seal isn't in the right position. Open the Keurig fully so you can see the sharp puncture pin. Very Carefully push the black rubber gasket around it all the way up. Then pull it back down about 1/16". Brew a cup, if the problem continues, try sliding the gasket further down by increments of 1/32".