I only used the Beckett ph100 de-icer for about 1 month last year and I cleaned and stored it carefully. Now, when I try to plug it in, it keeps popping the circuit breaker within the outlet. This does not happen with any other equipment plugged into this same outlet. This de-icer was a replacement for one used the previous year that would not work after storage. I am completely disgusted with this product. I paid more than $60.00 for it and between the original and the replacement, I have only gotten about 2 1/2 months use.
The best solution to ice in garden ponds is to keep the water moving as moving water will not freeze. Depending upon the size of your garden pond you may try adding a fountain. All major pump brands carry small fountain pumps that include various fountain spray nozzles/heads or you can buy the pump and then purchase a Fountain Head Kit separately. The fountain will provide 1 - movement of water at the surface, 2- aeration for the pond, 3- pleasing sounds year round, not to mention the 4- aesthetic value. The added bonus is that you will not have to worry too much about shorts if you use a submersible pump. So try dumping the deicer and go for a fountain.
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If the chafing light acts normal, and you still can't use it for a short time after charging, You should go back to the store. A battery should last at least one year. But if the razor was in the store for one or more years, without any charge, the battery can be bad already.
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<p>Basic Pool Care Tips<br />
<li>Test chlorine and pH at least 3 times per week. Have a comprehensive water test every 6-8 weeks at your local pool store. There is generally no charge for this test.</li>
<li>Operate pool equipment a minimum of 6-8 hours per day during winter months and for 10-12 hours per day during the summer for greatest overall benefit.</li>
<li>Brush the pool walls and floor a minimum of once a week.</li>
<li>To prevent damage to pool equipment make sure the water level never drops below the opening of the skimmer.</li>
<li>Lubricate backwash valve "O" rings on sand and DE filter four times a year. Lubricate pump lid "O" ring periodically with Lube specifically designed for use with swimming pool equipment.<br /><br /><img src="water_1.jpg" /><br /><br /></li>
<li>Test pH and add muriatic acid as indicated to maintain pH between 7.4 - 7.8. Never add more than 1 pint of acid at a time and wait at least 1 hour between treatments. Always add muriatic acid by dispersing into pool water opposite the skimmer and disperse as far away from the wall of the pool as you can safely reach. Use care not to drip acid or any chemicals on deck as it will cause deck etching and staining. Do not pour acid over steps, benches, or pool light. Make sure water is circulating.</li>
<li>Clean waterline tile with cleaner a minimum of once a month during peak season.</li>
<li>One month after initial pool start-up, add stain and scale inhibitor on a regular basis.</li>
<li>Always follow manufacturers instructions on product labels.</li>
<li><b>NEVER ADD WATER TO CHEMICALS</b> - Add chemicals to water.</li>
<li>Always wait one (1) hour between adding different chemicals unless otherwise directed.
<li><b>Sand Filters:</b> Backwash once per week</li>
<li><b>DE Filters:</b> Backwash once filter pressure increases 8-10 psi above your "clean pressure" noted at start-up.</li>
<li><b>Cartridge Filters:</b> Need to be taken apart and elements need to be cleaned once filter pressure increases 8-10 psi above your "clean pressure." This cleaning should be done at least a minimum of twice a year.</li></ul></li></ul></li></ol>
Go down to your local gas bar and pick up a couple bottles of gas line antifreeze or de-icer and pour them in.They contain alcohol which will clean the ice out with some time. Give it an hour and try to start the car then. If it doesn't let it sit another hour or so and then it should. It won't hurt to add another bottle of de-icer either. At the same time place a trouble light if you have one or if not any light as close to the throttle body as you can and leave it turned on with the hood closed. A 100 watt bulb is best but a 60 watt will do. Don't use those new screw in flourescents, they don't provide enough heat. This should thaw out lines under the hood. Hope this helps.
If it's simply the car door lock
that's frozen, try heating your car key with a lighter and inserting it
into the lock. The heat from the metal may be enough to thaw the ice
and allow you to unlock it. To ensure that the lock will not freeze
again, spray it with WD-40.
If the entire door is frozen, carefully chip the ice away from
the edges with a scraper. Be careful not to scratch the paint of the
car. If you cannot chip the ice away, try pouring some windshield washer
fluid on the icy areas; windshield washer fluid contains alcohol and
this may help melt the ice.
Use a blow dryer set on high to melt the surrounding ice.
The best way to open a frozen car door and prevent future
frustration is to purchase de-icer. Many good brands are available at
hardware and auto shops - just be sure the solvent displaces moisture
and leaves behind a lubricant. If the lock itself is frozen, spray the
product directly into the key hole, wait five seconds and then put in
your key and try to turn it. Most of these products have straws that
help direct the product out of the can and into small areas, making the
de-icing process easy.
Once the door is open, consider spraying
the de-icer along the hinges of the door to keep other parts from
freezing. Keep the de-icer in your home or garage where you can easily
find it. Do not keep it in your vehicle. Having de-icer in your frozen
vehicle won't do you much good.
I found that little giant pump are oiled filled and if it gets hot it frys itself... As for submersible pumps Magnetic drive Beckett Pumps are nice. My Beckett pump has been going for 4 years now it pumps 4800ghp. the cost $269 last I looked.
sounds like you left the handbrake on in very low temperatures and the moisture has frozen the shoes to the brake drum .....can you get vehicle into a garage to warm up?? if not use a can of de,icer and spray the rear of the wheel not the front and hopefully some will enter the drum and release it.Do you have a blowtorch for plumbing ,if so gently try warming the drum up slowly as this can cause the drum to crack if not done right.Have you tried going in reverse ???this often frees a frozen brake especially in conjuction with a spray of de.icer