Question about Whynter FX-6SW Free Standing Hot & Cold Water Dispenser with Storage, Microcomputer-controlled LED D
You have to open it up and look where the water is dripping from. it could be from the rubber hoses that connects the tank to the faucets.
if it's on the hoses, that would be easy to replace, but sometimes the leak would come from the stainless tank whiich would be very hard to replace.
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Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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Problem: Water is not hot
Possible Causes: Dispenser is unplugged
Solution: Push plug completely into outlet
Possible Causes: Heating switch not on
Solution: Check to be sure heating switch is turned to ON
Possible Causes: The fuse is blown/circuit
Solution: 1. Replace house fuse or reset breaker is tripped circuit breaker.
2. If too many items are plugged into a single circuit, move some items to a different circuit
Possible Causes: Temperature limiter tripped
Solution: 1. Set the hot and cold power switches to OFF
2. Wait five minutes, then set switches to ON position.
3. Wait 30 minutes for water to heat or cool
Link for owners manual: http://useandcares.hamiltonbeach.com/files/840178800.pdf.
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