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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, this is so easy to fix. Firtsly unplug the machine. Then remove the two screws in the top plate so that you can have access to the internals of the machine. You will see the red pump to the left hand side at the back. Remove the two screws that hold the pump in place (use a magnetic screwdriver so that you can pull the screws out). Pull the pump up towards you and then unscrew the thin plastic pipe at the top of the pump . It is the pump that has the scale build up problem. If you the put the water tubes into the water tank and hold a cup to the top of the pump to catch the water you then have to switch the pump on. You will then start to see lots of scale come out of it and the pump will pump more water than you are expecting so be careful. Be sure to cover the internals of the machine whilst you are doing this as you don't want to get water on the electrics and electricute yourself!!! Then rebuild it! Just svaed yourself £100 in having it serviced :-)
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
There is a gasket on the air duct that can move and allow ari to be sucked in. Go to the following site and click "view larger":
This will open a seperate window showing some pictures, one of which shows the gasket on the air duct. Make sure its seated properly.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
U must pull the pulley off the PS pump to get at the bracket bolts, for that u need a PS pulley puller special tool, u can borrow this from Kragen or Autozone for a deposit with a credit card
Posted on May 01, 2010
I would contact the BBB about the AAA shop. They were taking advantage of you not to mention they did not warranty there work. Plus if they changed the pump they were the ones that left the clamp loose. In the future you should just take it to the shop you know and trust even if it cost you a little to have it towed there, it will be less than getting taken advantage of. It hard to find a good honest shop and it sounds like you have one so give them the business they deserve it.
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
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