My Toyo l60a has a small amount of raw fuel leaking directly under it onto the drip pan. Maybe a drop or 2 every couple hours. It gets very little use, but now that the weather is turning colder, we will use it. This problem just came up. The fuel supply line is tight and dry. It seems to be coming from the iddle of the bottom (?) of the heater. Any help or ideas would certainly be appreciated! Thanks from Alaska! Dave
I had the same problem and I traced it to the fue line leaking. On the back of your unit just inside the cabinet where the fuel line is attached is a valve. I suggest you slide a piece of dry paper towel under the valve to see if after time you get a fuel stain. If you do get a stain here, you need to tighten the connection on the supply side of this valve.
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Could be 2 problems. Some rear main seals leak with oil flowing out where trans joins engine. You should crawl under vehicle and look directly up from oil leak, If inside garage use a newpaper to catch current drip.
Gassy oil can be leaking fuel injector draining into oil pan. Sometimes dirty fuel injector will stay open and fuel pressure will continue to drain into motor after vehicle is off. Sometimes stuff like seafoam will clean injectors.
Hello and Welcome to FixYa! Actually the leaking water is from the evaporator coil unit.... Under normal conditions,Self-defrost refrigerators usually dispose the water generated during the defrost cycle through a tube or channel that directs the water a pan (Known as Drip pan), commonly below the refrigerator unit.... The channel or tube is clogged and the water is leaking to the refrigerator unit, so you need to clear that contamination....Once the blockage is removed, the generated water will move through that channel/tube directly to the drip pan and there will no water on the top shelf in the refrigerator compartment. Another cause may be the refrigerator may have doorframe heaters to evaporate any condensation on the cabinet frame. If your refrigerator is equipped with a switch inside that says "energy saver" or something like that, while running in that mode the door heaters are disabled. Turn the switch to the opposite setting and wait 24 hours. If the water disappears the problem is solved. Best of Luck, Please do Rate the solution, if you feel that this helps you, Concerned.
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Actually the leaking water is from the evaporator coil unit.... Under normal conditions,Self-defrost refrigerators usually dispose the water generated during the defrost cycle through a tube or channel that directs the water a pan (Known as Drip pan), commonly below the refrigerator unit.... The channel or tube is clogged and the water is leaking to the refrigerator unit, so you need to clear that contamination.... This is all you need to do....
Best of Luck, Please do Rate the solution, if you feel that this helps you, Concerned.
older fridges drained water into a pan with the compressor in it, thus cooling the compressor and evaporating the water, this is located at the bottom back of the fridge. if this fridge has a water and/or ice dispensor, the water could be leaking from many a place.
** the y do sound directly related. water is dripping down your ice maker falling on to bucket? well a small amount of water is also falling onto the evaporator fan assy, freezing and the **ise you hear is that fan blade "cutting" through the ice.you can lift the arm turning the Ice maker to the off position, itll stop calling for water,and your **ise should stop as well
no, because the whole combustion chamber and piping is a closed system with the exception of the intake and exhaust which is a double walled pipe. you might check the tightness of your K-1 fuel line or look for leaks under the filter compartment where the solenoid pump is located. the fuel goes into the chamber via a small copper line with a silicone gasket under the gland nut.