My toilet is flushing with progressively less pressure. I have checked, plunged, and snaked the line from the toilet. The problem seems to be the toilet itself. Is there a way to re-pressurize the tank?
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PLEASE make this test with multimeter for fix it. God bless you If the appliance does not heat, make sure that power is on at the outlet and test the power cord; replace it if needed. If this doesn't work, disassemble the unit and test the heating elements .
Ignore the instruction manual. Instead look at the measuring cup that comes with your Hyundai PLU 247959 (produced and sold under license by Poundstretcher). On the side of the measuring cup, you can see three clusters of marks:1. 25 to 40 ml for soft-boiled eggs (symbol of egg with two horizontal lines)2. 45 to 60 ml for medium boiled eggs (symbol of egg with one horizontal line)3. 65 to 80 ml for hard boiled eggs (symbol of egg) Egg boilers are based on the principle that the larger the volume to be heated is, the less water is required. In other words, you will need to add less water for boiling seven eggs, and more water for boiling one or two eggs. Which means that for seven eggs to soft boil, add 25 ml; and for one egg to soft boil, add 40 ml. If you look at the markings, you'll notice that on the vertical line between 40 and 25 ml, there are seven equidistant horizontal lines, each showing the amount of water required for the various quantities of eggs. One egg = fill with water up to the 40 ml markTwo eggs = fill up to the mark below the 40 ml markThree eggs = fill up to the second mark below the 40 ml markFour eggs = fill up to the third mark below the 40 ml mark etc, untilSeven eggs = fill up to the 25 ml mark Medium boiled and hard boiled eggs are measured in similar ways. Works every time for me. Nice little egg boiler, by the way.
Before you take this in for repair, try taking it outside and turning it upside down and bang the heck out of it. Most times this problem is caused by bits of food and crumbs building up around the magnet that holds the lever down. Clean it out thouroghly and see if it starts working again. As far as who would work on this, most small appliance repair people will do this but as far as costs they can range anywhere from $25.00 to $50.00 depending on who you take it to and that may be cost prohibitive. You can howver try and find the parst for this on line and repair it yourself. parts should include a new electro magnet and all you have to do is mount it and wire it up. Most likely once you clean it it will work again and while your at it check and make sure the electro magnet has not fallen out of place and just is not contacting the metal fram that hodls the toast or on the handle in some models.
It's probably one of two things:1) They pressure contacts that engage the electromagnet may have burnt carbon deposits similar to spark plugs. One needs to clean in between the contact (two on each side) while putting slight pressure as the contacts meet.2) The spring mechanism that engages these contacts has snapped at the securing point, thus not able to put enough pressure to engage these contacts that power the electromagnet. For some reason it's always the left side. If the toaster is more than 5 years old I would suggest buying a new on , even though these toasters are very reliable. As the crumbs that left inside are so powdery and coats every surface inside, as well.
mcdevito75 here, If the lever mechanism is worn it could give out at anytime, the sound you hear is like gears grinding, make sure the setting for Darker / Lighter toast is not set too low, set it for Darker toast and then see if it"s better.
Inside the toaster (behind the toast, bagel, etc. Buttons) there is a magnet, this needs to be clean for the taster to lock. First, unplug the unit. Now remove the cap on the thumb lever and the four screws at the bottom, separate the toaster. Now you will see the magnet, remove any debris with a dry towel or with your finger tip. After properly re-assembled this should work.