Thermador dwhd64ep........condensation or vent hose connection
On the right side of the unit is a vent-hose that connects to a fitting about 1/3 of the way down from the top...................Where does the bottom of that hose connect? I know the slot that it goes in, but cannot see a connection point.
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drain coolant drain cock is at lower driver side .remove air cleaner.remove the electrical conaction.
remove right side diagonal brace remove upper radiator support and rotate reward remove the upper radiator hose remove upper radiator mount remove cooling fan shroud bolts "disconnect outlet hose from the water pump raise the vehicle disconnect outlet hose from the radiator
disconnect oil cooler hoses from top side of the radiator as follows
disengage the plastic cap from the quick connect fitting pull the plastic cap back along the pipe hold one leg of retaining clip
using a small bent screwdriver gently disengage the other end of the retaining clip from the quick content fitting rotate the retaining clip out of the quick connect fitting remove the retaining clip completely
remove the nut which secures the AC discharge hose remove the inlet tube remove radiator and condenser assembly
(Try to remove the radiator and keep the AC condenser In place)
If the drain line from the furnace is plugged up then the water will back up in the vent line. The primary venting is suppose to have a drain outlet if it is discharged from the side or 90 deg up from the draft inducer blower. This is sometimes provided with a small drain tube and fitting at the 90 deg fitting depending on the model. The drain is suppose to go to the primary collection point where the drain is tied in with the primary condensate drain line. The plastic heat exchanger cover has a number of drain ports to accommodate any configuration or installation, this means that the drain lines need to be connected according to the application being used. Note: Have found that in colder climates where the small venting hoses used fron the safety switches can trap water if not strapped up or sloped toward the primary collection point.
You are correct, the unit being a condenser model doesn`t require any additional venting or exhaust to outdoors, that is the purpose of condensing the moisture internally.
As to the issue of air flowing out of the unit I`d suspect perhaps the heat exchange may need cleaning, if it is plugged it will cause the air to be directed elsewhere.
I`ve attempted to attach below the procedure for cleaning, if unsuccessful for whatever reason, too small for example, you or your landlord can email me email@example.com I can send you the "pdf" guide for your Bosch dryer.
Keep me posted on your findings and I`ll try to assist you further if need be.
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the low side is the larger hose that goes back to the compressor. the high side smaller line comes from the compressor to the to the condenser ( or the unit in front of the raditor ) on any units with r-134 from the factory the low side has a different fitting for putting in freon. some high sides don't use any hose connectors because there is a site glass in the line where the high side would connect.
1. If you have an inlet chemical injection valve make sure that the hose is intact and that the valve is closed.
2. Purge all air from the line by holding the nozzle actuation lever open until all air has been purged. When you connect the water supply hose turn it on before connecting the high pressure hose and let the unit self purge to the pump outlet high pressure hose fitting. Then connect the high pressure hose.
3. You could have a stuck spring and ball inside the high pressure head of the pump. You can tip the unit on its' side and add a substantial amount of WD-40 to the water supply hose fitting in an attempt to free the springs and balls.
4. Try BRIEFLY running the unit without the hose connected to see if there is high pressure water ejected from the high pressure fitting.
5. Inlet water screen at hose connection is clogged (hose screen and rubber) Check screen for debris.
6. The water strainer is clogged. (Almost looks like an LPG regulator just after but in line of the supply hose connection to the pump)
Hello, I would recheck the exhaust hose connections, as it sounds as if you've either got some holes in the vent hose/line or the connections are not fully around the dryer exhaust vent, etc.
You might also want to look at the dryer to see if the internal exhaust pipe came loose during transport and installation. It might be possible that the exhaust vent pipe inside the dryer is loose or off the fitting. An easy way to check this is to remove the exhaust pipe from the back of the dryer and (with the dryer unplugged from the electric outlet!) check by looking into the back vent on the dryer. You can also feel inside to see if it's loose, etc. Just be carefull as the metal pipe could have sharp edges, so wear some gloves to be safe.
As this is also a new dryer, you might also contact the place where you purchased it, as there might be an quality issue that they've received a service bulletin on and could provide you with further assistance.
I hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!
I spent the better part of three days trying to find a microwave that will fit and it's hard because so many are on line only. Last night I successfully installed the 2.2 cu. ft. GE profile counter top unit with inverter technology. The unit is an exact match, the Thermador even fits in the GE box with the styrofoam! I installed the venting materials for the side and rear vents and the platform at the bottom. I put the clips and decorative molding on and it's perfect! I found it in stock at Lowe's for $198. I took me about 45 minutes total to install. If I can do it, anyone can - 48 year old mom with 5 kids!