Tip & How-To about Eaton Home Heartbeat Water Sensor

Eaton Home Heartbeat Water Sensor Description

The Water Sensor can be placed anywhere that you want to monitor forthe presence of water (or lack there of). Placethem in spots that are at high-risk for water damage. Then buy the Water Shutoff Controller(HHBWSOCONTROL) and if your Water Sensors detect a leak, the main waterline can be shut-off automatically to help minimize damage.

Important Note: Use of this product requires the HOMEheartbeat Starter Pack


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I have an octagon Afinaity pond but it seems to be leaking losing the water slowly can i get just a replacement liner for the pond and where or will I have to buy a knew entire pond


It could be simple evaporation. If you can't see any leaks anywhere or wet spots. Especially if you are in an area where daily Temps have been really high you will lose quite a bit of water to evaporation.

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Is it filled with water? If yes, then the liquid level sensor has failed in the unit. This will happen normally, but does happen frequently if you have growth in the water reservoir. Call for service. Follow instruction in the manual about flushing the reservoir.

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You should definitely not ski in places where there are a lot of boats, as this can be very dangerous due to high risk of collision. In addition, you should not water-ski near the shore or in shallow water.

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my 04 cavalier 2.2 is throwing the water? it does build up pressure but still throws it. it has a new thermostat and the radiator has had a leak stopper added to it? i have not flushed it yet...


Check for presence of exhaust in the cooling system.
Never use stop leak as it plugs everything, but too late.
Also check for air bleeds that keep the system from fully filling.
Fill the cooling system with heater on high, or risk blocking that entire area.
Pressure test the system, paying particular attention to the amount that you have to pump to get pressure, an indication of air trapped in the system.

Run the vehicle until warm, shut down and feel all around on the radiator. Cool spots indicate plugged areas.

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