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Torpedo exercycle FN 10243 needs part no 21 to tighten the tension

I need part no 21 for a torpedo exercise cycle model no FN10243

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BEFORE YOU PROCEED. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS INFORMATION IS FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY. USE IT AS YOU FEEL COMFORTABLE WITH. I MAKE NO GUARANTEES TO YOU OR YOUR EQUIPMENT!!
Easiest way is to follow the old switches wires. However, if that is not possible. In electric circuits, White is always neutral, green is always ground any other color could be whatever. Most likely they will be hot. PLEASE NOTE-- This is only true with electric wires. Electronic wires will be different! It is important to understand that and know which code the fan is following. Most fans will follow the electric code but you best find out first! To wire this up, you will hook the hot wire to the center contact of the switch and the wire going to power up the fan will be on the other contact. The neutral should be straight wired through, not to the switch! I would also advise going to a hardware store or store that sells electric supplies and see if they have a how to book on wiring fans etc... That would be the wisest starting point!

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if no lamp strikes at all, could be lamp or ballast needs replacing. if it doesn't turn on at all, it's the power supply. if the lamp is on but no image, may be input signal.

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SOURCE: torpedo heater shuts off after several minuets,

These heaters require some preventative maintenance from year to year and here is my routine. There is a flame sensor in the burning tray, these collect carbon deposits, dust and dirt, and occasional insect nesting area. Locate the flame sensor by removing the top half of the heater, now remove it and clean with windex and soft terry cloth rag. Replace sensor and be sure it has an unobstructed view of the flame. Fuel is next, with the top still off locate the fuel nozzle, remove it and the say you can not clean these but I find that carb cleaner, q-tips and a tooth pick work just fine to clean them. Now when you remove the nozzle there is a screen filter directly behind it, these can corrode over storage so clean it too. Now inspect fuel lines for cracks, holes and dry rot. Put fuel system back together and the top on. The fuel line comes down thru the side panel and thru a filter then in to the tank. Remove side panel, locate fuel line, remove the filter and clean with a compressor and air gun. Blowing air thru the filter backwards will clean these right out. Put it back in line, put side panel back together. Next is the air filter on the inlet of the pump, they are foam. Clean this and dry it real good then put it back. Really look in the fuel tank to make sure you have no water,rust, or any other contaminants in the tank, fill with new fuel and you are ready for heat. Sounds complicated but really isn't, take your time and in an hour you will have this heater running like new.Good Luck

Posted on Dec 23, 2010

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