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First of all you need to keep your work space clean at all times so that dust and debris do not get into your unit.

Also you need to maintain airflow a routine maintenance of your machine will keep the unit in order.

If you computer is overheating first thing you do is open the case and clean out the dust.

Also you need to replace the Thermal compound under you heat sync where you cpu is.
First you want to do is take off the cpu fan.

  1. Then you want to wipe the access thermal compound off.
  2. Then you apply the thermal compound by adding one dime size drop in the middle of the cpu (do not spread with fingers)
  3. Then you want to put back on your fan and heat sync.
This will keep your system at normal operating temperatures I would suggest you do this once ever 3 months at the most.

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Animal Pro DC 54. Can I rinse the filter?

Hi there, it's Jack at Dyson.

The Dyson Cinetic DC54 has no filters to wash, replace or maintain. It's not necessary to maintain the cyclone pack either - it's very important not to wash or submerge the cyclone pack as this can cause damage to your machine that wouldn't be covered under the Dyson guarantee.

It's normal for harmless static to cause fine dust particles to cling to parts of the clear bin and cyclone pack after use. This won't affect performance as airflow doesn't need to pass through this dust, as it would with a traditional bagged or filter-based vacuum. The oscillating Cinetic tips ensure dust and allergens are separated from the airflow and thrown into the clear bin.

When you empty your machine, tapping the cyclone pack firmly will help dislodge any clinging dust particles. Any clinging fluff or debris can be removed from the stainless steel mesh shroud using a soft brush or a dry cloth:

dyson-animal-pro-dc-54-rinse-out-filter-kfbnp2bw3njuiocelunhji5a-2-0.jpg Please do not clean the cyclone pack in any other way as you could risk causing damage.

I hope this information helps, but if you'd like any additional guidance you're welcome to get in touch with our experts directly. You can reach the Dyson Australia team by calling 1800 239 766.

Feb 20, 2016 | Dyson Vacuums

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Amana fridge model number Arb1914cw is not cooling. Freezer is working fine

Bottom freezer fridges are especially susceptible to
  1. Dust build up on the condenser coil that impedes heat transfer to the outside from inside the box
    • Remove the (bottom) footplate by grasping outside edges and pulling/levering out and popping it free.
    • Use vac crevice attachment and coil brush to clean away all dust from the coil and foot plate.
    • Replace plate and allow 24 hours for inside temp to stabilize.
    • Adjust top temp setting if needed to maintain safe temp level.
    • Repeat semianually or annually as scheduled maintenance--depending on the dustiness is fridge's location.
  2. Airflow blockage through the crispers and meat keepers.
    • Remove crispers and meat keeper as well as glass cover shelf.
    • Find cooling passages between crispers and at midline of meat keeper.
    • Remove any buildup of air blocking debris.
    • Wipe up fridge box floor beneath meat keeper.
    • Reinstall glass shelf, meat keeper, and crispers.
    • Check perodically for poor temperature/moisture keeping in crispers and for water pooling on fridge box floor as signs of blocked air flow through criispers and meat keepers.

Mar 16, 2015 | Amana Refrigerators

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Dc59 I removed the clear canister but the inside with the chambers with a mesh cover are filled with a fine powder. How to I clean?

I have the same buildup of very fine, powderlike, dust/dirt particles behind the mesh screen.

I do not doubt your technological explanation as to why/how this accumulation has occurred but there is another issue created by this buildup and an concern to go with it.

The issue is that this accumulation literally stinks. We have 4 cats and a dog which is likely why there is such an odor. There must be a way to remove this stuff.

The concern is that, after putting up with the stinky Dyson and the continued accumulation, the "dust" will eventually completely fill the space behind the mesh screen. When that screen is completely filled is the only solution we have is to spend another $600 for a new Dyson?

The Dyson is not your typical disposable technology that we often buy today. We chose to spend the extra $ for the Dyson because of the spirit cleaning of the unit. Had we known the unit would, within 6 mos., begin to stink and would likely need to be thrown away within two years we would have purchased a less expensive brand.

Since we have learned now that Dysons are stinky and disposable units we can run it under water, let it dry and hope for the best?

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after running for a few minutes it shuts off, won't restart until it cools down

the Projector unit may be overheating due to airflow. ensure that the intake filter is not blocked, remove and clean it and then replace do not run with filter removed as this will cause dust inside your machine. check that none of the airflow slits on the body of the machine are bloced or taped over.
check that the unit has enough airflow around it to keep cool if unsure move the machine to a open space and let it run to see if the problem persits or stops.

if this persists it may mean the overheat cut off switch is defective and keeps activating even though the machine is not overheated.

I hope this helps.

Dec 12, 2010 | Epson PowerLite 51c Multimedia Projector

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