A little hard to explain. We have only one line going into the 4025. However, the unit "thinks" there are two lines. So we need to press one of the bottom right two keys to "select" an outgoing line, even though it is the same line. How do we tell the unit there is only one number coming into it so that when we pick up the handset we don't have to select a line? Thanks.
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Walt, best thing to do is to flush the tank... having an air compressor is a big plus, first remove the tank, drain fuel from it...remove the fuel line.. now put a little fuel In it and see if it's actually coming out of the bottom barb of the tank... unless you have a bit chunk of debri it's hard to think the fuel line itself is clogged... do you have an in line filter along the fuel line.. take it step by step, start off with the tank and go from there ...
Does the engine run fine after it starts? Most common problem with primer bulb losing prime is an air leak in the fuel line or primer bulb. Air leaks don't always leak fuel. If there is an air leak between the primer bulb and gas tank there is no pressure, only vacuum. If it is not a major leak it might not leak without pressure but it will allow air to enter the fuel line. If it is a very minor air leak it could allow air to replace the liquid in the fuel line over time, but so little air once it is primer again that the fuel pump can over come it with volume of fuel.
Primer bulbs do not stay firm, as they are when initially pumped up, after the engine is running. There are check valves in the primer bulb that hold pressure in the primer bulb and throughout the fuel line to the engine. Once the engine starts the fuel pump creates vacuum drawing fuel into the engine diminishing this pressure and releasing the check valves. At this point the primer bulb is just another segment of fuel hose allowing fuel to pass through it as the fuel pump demands. The primer bulb functions much better when the outlet side is higher than the inlet side. This position makes it easier for the check valves in the primer bulb to seat and release as needed. If the primer bulb is functioning properly and is positioned with the outlet side higher than the inlet it should not be necessary to cover the end of the fuel hose with your thumb to get it to prime.
If the engine is hard to start after being fully primed there could be a problem with the fuel system on the engine. Some engines are hard to prime once air has entered the system, especially fuel injected models.
While on a call and using the handset, place the call on hold, then hang up the handset, then press the line button of the active line. The call will now appear in handsfree mode on the speaker. To take the call off the speaker and go back on handset mode, simply lift the handset. Hope this helps.
If *ALL* the buttons are lit up solid then try rebooting the phone (unplug the phone line & plug it back in). However, if only one or 2 lines are lit up solid then that is an indication that those are companion key appearances of other extensions that are presently set to "call Forward Always" mode. You will need to visit the physical home location(s) of those lines to un-forward them. Hope this helps.
Hello. If you remove the fuel filters and fill them with fuel, then hold the accelerator pedal to the floor while cranking the engine it should start. If that does not work, spray a little starting fluid (ether) into the air intake while cranking, just use the ether sparingly. This should get you going again, good luck.
when you buy the new clutch assembly , ask - make sure the little tool is in the box to release the hydraulic line at the slave cylinder , you don't wont to loose prime in the hydraulic system , that would be time consuming ,otherwise its a normal job, if you have never released a hydraulic line from the ford slave cylinder before , it is tricky , ask the parts man to show you a slave unit and explain how it releases . you will be thankful in the end .
If there is a check valve in the little line that you put into your soap tank, it doesn't need primed. I have very large 5000 psi units and have enough suction without one. If you can't get it going, you can always remove the hose end near the pressure washer end and fill it by immersing the tubing in the soap, but that shouldn't be necessary. Sometimes the little fitting with the check valve in the bottom get plugged up as well, so that might be your problem. Hope this helps you, Rick