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Yes it can be. Here is a simple way to check for a intake leak. Get a can of crab cleaner. Start the motor, let the motor idle if it will. Spray the crab cleaner around the intake where it bolts.to the cyl heads. If the intake is leaking you will hear the motor idle change. You can check vac lines the same way. Hope this helps you find the problem.
This is a general response but I have found most of them to be the same way. Take off all panels and access doors that you know come off. On the bottom or side of the unit you will see deep hole molded into the body. If you flash a light down you will see a screw head with a Phillips head or Torx bit. You will need a long screw driver with that bit on it or an extension that will fit. There will most likely be about 6 of those to remove.
The fan needs oiling (except for the Fresh Air, which has sealed bearings and no removable front grid). I need to know which model you have to help you reach the fan shaft. However, if you're handy, you can figure it out. Remove the front grid (if there is one on your model) and pull off the fan blades. Use a light household oil (sewing machine, hair clipper, 3-in-1) to drip down the shaft as you turn it manually. This should take care of the problem.
If not, and if you need more extensive repairs or rebuilding, call Vollara (new name for EcoQuest) customer service at 1-800-989-2299 and use 16618 as your dealer referral number.
The reason for flashing or surging or a change of settings is usually a loose component.
1. Make sure all components are inserted firmly and correctly. The RCI cell (honeycomb/UV light) must be seated in both ends and turned firmly, like installing a fluorescent light bulb.
2. The 4" white ceramic/screen plate must be inserted into the tracks, top and bottom. The contact fingers must be pressing firmly on the screen part of the plate. 3. The cord must be inserted firmly into the socket in the back of the machine.
If this does not solve the problem, then the computerized system may be malfunctioning. This is something the company will need to address. Call Vollara (new name for EcoQuest) 800-989-2299 and ask for repairs. They
My Orek was making such a bad noise that my wife was going to sell it at a garage sale, I'm glad she didn't. It takes about 20 minutes to fix. All you need is a phillips screw driver, can of compressed air (or air compressor) and a can of silicone spray.
Pull out the filters and turn the unit upside down. Using a phillips screw driver unscrew the 9 screws holding the bottom to the top. remove the bottom. Use care as to not damage the fan. The fan will stay attached to the motor , pull on it and use a good cleaner like 409, Simple Green or a similar product. Wash clean and dry. Next get out your air compressor and clean everywhere, see the silver bearing holders on the side of the motor? Get out your can of silicone spray and give a good squirt on both bearing (close to the shaft. also spin the motor with your hands. See the large thing attached to the shaft? Those are the windings. See the metal housing the winding spin close to? Spray the silicon in there, a good amount. Make sure you didn't get any silicone on the end of the motor shaft where the fan sits on. If you did get some nail polish remover or acetone and wipe clean a few times. Then reassemble.
My Orek was horribly noisy, now it's quiet. My wife says is beeter than new.....
ok i'm not finding that model anywhere in my system. but one way you can try is look in your manual under troubleshooting. if you have gone through all of the troubleshooting. the best thing that i can suggest is call the manufacturer. if your still under warranty they should be able to replace the unit foryou.
Power Off the unit then Press and HOLD the Off-Timer and Function buttons at the same time WHILE Powering the unit back On. The Replace Filter light will blink for 5 seconds than go out. Now you can release the the buttons.
Just to make sure everything is working fine power off and on the unit.
On a side note if you are a tight wad like me you may want to just smak the filter layers against the ground a few times to clean them and re-use them / make them last longer. When the replace fileter light comes on too often then it is time to replace the filter.
I do apologize for the inconvenience, the best way that i can tell you to fix the light is that there is a tiny pin hole on top of the unit. that's a reset button. you need a small needle or something that will fit in there. hold it down for about 3 seconds. your unit should reset. the light sometimes comes on with new filters cause it hasn't recognized that they are new yet. if that reset doens't work please let me know
Ok generally it is like this... Find out exact name & number of webcam, Then, Google for driver... type in ------> my-web-cam-name-number windows driver download
From the links found, then download the driver etc. Uncompress & Install driver into PC, THEN Plug in ya camera into any USB port, ya PC should recognise it, find the driver and install it. Then your camera should work OK. Also get a program called Amcap this will help ya test to see if the camera is working OK.