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Rebuilding mpi monitor 41 combustion blower assembly

I have the blower assembly apart. I have a liquid teflon sealer with a maximum temperature of 550 degrees fahrenheit. Will this be enough for the hot air from the combustion burn chamber air temperature, when it circulates through the blower assembly? The ribbon gaskets show leakage , and my best guess is, a suitable temperature sealant in addition to the ribbon gaskets would be fine. Also,I found a bearing without a wavy spring washer. What is the correct description of this part? I will need advice on testing the solenoid ,and, when reassemblying the combustion blower assembly,how to syncronize this. I read that this needed a device to accomplish this. What is the name of the suitable device to syncronize the ignition event in the burn chamber ,if I am understanding this correctly?

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Can you take the assebly to a goodman dealer to recomeends the fix? the law won,t permit a service tech. to dis-assemble these,

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Overheating and a knocking noise when its about to completely overheat accompanied by white smoke coming from the engine

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How do you recalibrate the oven temperature of a Whirlpool Accubake oven system


To do that;
  1. Press BAKE

  2. Select a temperature of 550 or highest temp on some models its 500

  3. Quickly (within 5-seconds of setting 550) press and hold the BAKE button approximately 5-15 seconds until "00" or the previously entered temperature adjustment is displayed.

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How do I take the dash apart to change the blower switch on a 2001 Mustang? I can not find a diagram or maunual that shows how to do this, can you recomend?

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the control panel assembly from the instrument panel.

    A special tool, such as the one shown, is necessary to disengage the temperature control cable from the back of the control panel

    Temperature control cable component identification

  3. Carefully lift the lock tab to detach the temperature cable from the control door shaft.
  4. Note the cable routing, then remove the cable from the vehicle.

To install:

  1. Route the cable behind the instrument panel, then engage the alignment pins and attach the temperature cable to the control door shaft until the lock tab snaps into the groove on the shaft.
  2. If necessary, install the instrument panel.
  3. Engage the cable end with the cable actuator on the control assembly. Install the control assembly in the instrument panel.
  4. Connect the negative battery cable and check the system for proper operation.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the snap-in trim molding in the center console to expose the four control assembly attaching screws. Remove the four screws attaching the control assembly to the instrument panel.
  3. Roll the control panel out of the opening in the console.

    Exploded view of the heater control panel mounting
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  4. Detach the temperature control cable from the control panel by using Ford Temperature Cable Disconnect tool T94P-18532-A, or equivalent, to release the side locking tube, and a small flat-bladed prytool to release the top locking tab. Pull the temperature cable away from the heater control.
  5. Remove the two mounting nuts, then separate the vacuum hose and wiring harness connectors from the back of the damper door switch.
  6. Detach the wiring harness connectors from the back of the blower motor switch and the light bulbs.
  7. Remove the control panel from the center console.

    To remove the control panel, first remove the trim cover and remove the panel mounting screws . . .

    . . . then disengage the locking tabs on the temperature control cable . . .

    . . . and detach the control cable. Detach all wiring harness connectors and remove the panel

To install:

  1. Position the temperature cable at the midpoint of its travel, directly between the H and C markings. Position the temperature control knob at the midpoint of its range, then connect the temperature cable to the geared arm on the blower motor wheel. Rotate the temperature control knob from maximum cold to maximum warm to verify proper range of motion.

    Prior to installing the temperature control cable, turn the control knob and the cable indicator to the mid-points of their ranges
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  2. Install the electrical connector at the following locations: blower switch, control assembly illumination bulbs and damper door switch.
  3. Install the vacuum harness connector for the function selector knob and tighten the mounting nuts until snug.
  4. Roll the control assembly into position against the instrument panel and install the four attaching screws until snug.
  5. Snap the console trim molding into position, connect the negative battery cable and check the system for proper operation

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I need to know what kind of hard drives and other hardware i can use with a HP Compaq D530 Socket 478

HERE shows an overview of the specs for the HP d530 series. Shows IDE type HD's.

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Have a Goodman GMT070-3B which the vent motor seems to be sticking. I took apart and cleaned the brushes and reassembled. The furnace will come on only after what seems like the vent motor comes up to...

The whole assembly must be replaced.

The sequence of operation is -

Combustion fan purges the heat exchanger. A pressure switch verifies combustion air fan is running. Usually a 30-45 second purge before the hot surface ignitor glows, or the spark ignition starts.

Gas valve opens after 10-15 seconds and main burners light. Control board monitors for flame and shuts gas valve after 2-3 seconds if main burner does not light.

If burner does not light, some boards repeat this for 3 tries, then locks out and is reset by cycling power.

Air blower comes on after another 30-45 seconds after main burner ignition.

Times may vary based on the specific controller board. A flow chart and timing sequence should be located somewhere on the unit, usually in the fan compartment.

Dec 16, 2009 | Goodman GMS90703BXA Heater

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