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High altitude enginge operation/toro powervac adjust the enginge to run above 2000 feet

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SOURCE: High Altitude Electric Heaters

I have never heard of altitude effecting the electric. Watts amps and volts are different than burning a gas, like propane. The high altitude has less oxygen thus requiring the combustion to be effected. If your wires are over heating when you use maximum wattage (amps) you need to install larger wire with the correct size breaker. Look up ohms law. Its a basic electrical formula and will help you get this right.

Posted on Dec 26, 2007

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SOURCE: Getting error code 13 when heater runs 2-3

Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly

The error code 13 from memory is indicating a venting / flame / improper combustion problem. I recall seeing a C7 or a C4 before an error 13 though.

There is one sensor called the Oxygen depletion sensor and the code 13 appears for this sensor when it is sensing poor or incomplete combustion

Oxygen Depletion Sensor

(Poor or Improper
Combustion)
I honesly am not certain but I think it is item 4 of the parts list below (Flame rod) PN: RTG20164H
^- I believe this is the sensor causing your problem This is a stand alone sensor.

Your other 4 sensors.
PN: RTG20164P (Yellow) Heat exchanger Thermisor
PN: RTG20164R (Blue) Ambient Air Thermistor
PN: RT20006AR (White) Inlet Thermistor / water line
PN: RTG2006BB (Black) Outlet thermistor / water line

The inlet and outlet thermistors will have the same resistance Pair 1
The heat exchanger and Ambient Air thermistors will have the same resistance. Pair 2
It is best to check these when the unit is at Ambient air temp as the resistance values will be the same. If you note any major resistance differences or opens..between each of the thermistor pairs, the thermistor is bad.
Your parts are in this link pages 14 - 16:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Rheem-TanklessParts-Accessories.pdf

These thermistors if they outright fail show up as error codes 29, 31, 33, 34 and 35 You could just have dirty / corroded thermistor terminal(s) connector(s) or minor corrosion on the main PCB.

Just make sure your repair efforts are directed toward the flame rod and associated wiring.

Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

Posted on Jun 25, 2011

bonedivers
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SOURCE: have a customer with a 2006 fjr1300, at high

could be either one

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SOURCE: 2003 camry high altitude adjustments

your vehicle is equipped with a m.a.p. sensor or a mass air flow sensor. the p.c.m. will make the necessary calibrated adjustments. back in the carburator days you would need to jet the carb- but those days are over. hope this helps

Posted on Aug 30, 2012

yosemyt
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SOURCE: What is the high altitude adjustment required by the manual?

the high speed adjustment needs to be richened up to compensate for the lean air mixture at high altitude. it can run but will run fast and may damage the unit because it is lean. the high speed adjustment is the one marked H or the screw farthest from the engine. turn it counter clockwise while running at full speed until it runs at the correct RPM. any small engine repair center should be able to do this for you and keep you from causing irreparable damage

Posted on Mar 02, 2013

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