Question about Kitchen Ranges
I had an over heating light come up on this shower after checking i was advised that it was the thermal cut out i replaced this and the over heating light has now gone but the shower works but it barley gets luke warm and only for a minuite then goes cold the shower is only 14 moths old any ideas ?please
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.
Your question is: Why would the cold line water be luke warm?
In 30 years I've seen this maybe 10 times. It is relatively rare. But each time it was a cross connection between the hot and cold water lines. It could be this fixture is close to the hot water heater or the cross cnnection is in a faucet or it is in the way the water lines are piped. Anyway I would have to closely inspect the system while running the water in the fixtures in different combinations. Once the cross is located the easiest fix at this point is installing a check valve at the right point. You might consider utilizing thr Repair Directory to find a repairman. Make sure he has solved this type of problem before.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2008
sounds like a power issue if it is all 4 burners otherwise if it is only one or two it is the infinate switch that controls the burner. if it is all 4 then pull the range out and open the panel that covers the cord connection and check for burned wires. next reset the breaker and try burners again
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: Shower will not get hot enough
i have no experience in fixing showers however mine once did this when i remodeled my bathroom so i called one of the guys that was workin on it and he told me that he had takin something out what looked like a gasket and said it was a scald preventer and from then on my shower has been fine hope this helped
Posted on May 19, 2009
I havd exactly the same problem. I contacted Rangemaster/Aga support line (0845 603 5312 if in warranty, 0870 789 5107 if not) and they told me the heating element was shot.
My cooker is 2 1/2 years old, so out of warranty, but they were good enough to send me a new cooker top (top left hand side only of course) free of charge!!!, I just have to get it fitted.
You have to replace the whole left hand side of the cooker top too - the burner that the wok goes on!
Posted on May 31, 2009
SOURCE: warm water only
You can eliminate the shower control knob possibility by turning on your hot water anywhere else in the house. If you get hot water in other places, then it could be the knob causing it. A substantial lime buildup in the tank can also cause poor heat transfer from the elements to the water.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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