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My water pump needs to be re set when the temp gets higher than 35c

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MY classic 1976 Austin mini tends to over heat when outside temp is over 35c thermostat replaced with a safari one Radiator good WHY???


Maybe the engine cooling pump not work well?
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Jabsco Johnson Sherwood Water Pump Flexible Impellers Outboard Inboard...

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WHAT DOES IT MEAN WHEN HEAT IS SET 66 AUX IS FLASHING


If it is a heat pump if the ambient I door temp is not than 3 degree s lower than 66 it utilizes the aux heat ( heat strips) to help the unit achieve your desired temperature set point faster. Also the heat pump does need help if trying to overcome really cold temperatures. Once set point is achieved the heat pump should be able to keep the home at the set point without aux heat. But the flashing may just be to let you know that the heat strips are in use at the current time. See if when the temperature gets close to your set temp if it goes away. If not a heat pump it may always flash to just tell you heat strips are in use. Some homes mostly trailers only have heat strips but on heat pumps heat strips are there to help heat pump get to your desired temp. But when your heat pump can maintain the temp without the strips is where it saves power. Also heat pump thermostat hVe emergency heat settings. This scares alot of people but if your heat pump isn't working and you have to switch it to emergency heat until you can get it fixed,. That means that the system is only using heat strips and not utilizing heat pump at all. Power bill may be a little higher but remember, most trailer homes only have heat strips and if you do not use emergency heat in this situation your heat strips will only heat home 3 degrees below set point on thermostat to allow heat pump to bring it up the other 3 degrees. If heat pump isn't working correctly you will always be 3 degrees colder than what you set you thermostat at. Maybe too much info but it's prolly just your aux heat on helping system achieve the desired temp you set thermostat too.

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Er3 flashes hot water will not reach set point


Had this happen to me before, if you have hot water from the boiler going in and out of the boiler mate and the temps are not rising within the hot water means more than likely you may need to remove exchanger and clean sediment off element, basically sediment creates a blanket over the heat source causing poor thermal conductivity. Things to check before removing heat exchanger

- outlet temp of boiler water to aquamate -inlet temp of boiler water to aqua mate= 20-30'F if low then bad thermal transfer or poor water movement
-make sure sensor is reading properly
- get boiler temp higher to speed up thermal gain in water heater

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Adjusting Apollo hot water tank


I am not sure what you are asking, But i am going to assume that you want to know about changing the Temp on the heater for inside the house.
If the floor heat was installed properly than it should have a temperture manifold or adjustable thermostat for seperate heating.
You need to find the thermostat or manifold for the garage heat and set it at what ever temp you want the garage to stay at.
Then you can change the A B C knob to a higher setting A is cold B is warm ac is hot. So Increase your temp setting on the heater and this will increase your house water temp for hotter showers and faucet temps. However, they recommend not setting the temp above 120 degrees to prevent severe burns.
If you have a newer home increasing the Hot water heater temp setting may not change the temp at the shower or faucets if you have scald guard faucets installed in the house. This will require adjusting the scald guard valves on each faucet.
I recommend using a candy thermometer or digital thermometer to check the faucet and shower Temp prior to using them and make sure that you inform everyone in the house after you change the temp so that no one gets scalded.
I hope this answers you question, feel free to contact me if you need more help!
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Oct 15, 2013 | Water Heaters

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My freezer settings range from 1 to 6 current outside temp is 35C which setting will give me optimum performance need to store at -18C


2 or 3 is normal but 4 or 5 will be ok for a short while. Make sure the condenser is clean and the fan working at full speed. Any reduction in ambient will be helpful; 35c is a bit on the high side for any refrigeration kit!

Jun 15, 2012 | Freezers

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Temp. too hot


First off, the temp adjustment can only be made by a trained service tech, since the dishwasher will need to be reprogrammed to allow for a lower temperature in the rinse cycle but still have the higher temp needed in the wash cycle. Also, since any change in the water temp settings will require a longer wash and rinse cycle to be programmed into the unit.

Of course, you could simply lower the water temp on the water heater that supplies water to this unit, but you'd have lower temp water elsewhere and likely get cited at the next heatlh department inspection on that issue.

Since this is a commercial dishwasher, you might want to reconsider lowering the temp, since health codes and standards for commercial establishments require a MINIMUM water temperarture of 185 degrees F (85 degrees C) for proper operation and to get all the crud off the dishes, etc.

Note, the manufacturer sets these units to the higher temp, 203 degree F (95 degree C) knowing that the water will cool down quickly once the wash cycle starts and the water contacts the dishes, etc. That is also why these units have a added heater element, to help keep the water at the correct temperature needed to both clean AND sanitize the dishes, according to established health standards.

If you really want to change the water temp settings, contact your Hobart service rep and explain the reason you want it lower and see what they say.

Hope you found this very helpful and best regards!

Aug 19, 2009 | Hobart SR24-H Built-in Dishwasher

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Temperature fluctuates while flow remains constant.(within the pump cut in/out settings) Max temp obtainable 43c


This sounds like a common problem with tankless type water heaters. The modulating burner has a set Btu range it can operate within, a maximum and minimum. With very low flow rates and very low temperature rises, the burner has trouble maintaining a steady output temperature because the btu load drops below the heater's minimum input. Typically the machine will overheat the water beyond it's setpoint, the burner will cut out, and then re-ignite once the output temperature has dropped low enough.
The solution to stopping this behavior is to simply increase the water flow through the device (i.e. higher flowing fixture or larger pump). This type of problem is exaserbated with recirculation systems that bring a very high water temperature to the unit.
Higher end tankless brands have a lower minimum input btu and thus fewer problems with this.

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Unit cycles,every 5 seconds while hot tap is on.Will fire eventually, but is reading 80 or less on the thermostat in the morning. I unplug unit and try again.Propane unit,530DVP. 2 years old, first season...


you need ot set the temp up higher, the temp it is showing you is what it is set at,, it is not a thermomiter, it is the setting, hold the up button in and the numbers will go up then you will get water at what the reading is

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