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I have found an old boat engine with no make and no cover for it made in Canada patented in Canada in 1956, 57, 58, 60 serial number is C384919 and model number 25DE21V or could be 2IV who made it


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What is the RTDF FIB alarm?


Because is an Eaton I would call them they will be able to walk you through and how to clear it. Or you can try to look it up but good luck
http://www.eaton.com/Eaton/ProductsServices/Electrical/ProductsandServices/ElectricalDistribution/ProtectiveRelays/MotorRelays/CH-Series/MP-4000/index.htm#tabs-2

Sep 21, 2014 | Eaton Electrical Supplies

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Overheating pump


Hi jan
Sounds like you have an air leak on the suction side of the pump...if air gets into the impeller and hoiusing it will cause the pump not to pump properly and heat up as you describe.
Bud

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Not Eaton but Square D. Arc Fault trips with new vacuums Kenmore 21714. Replaced vacuum cleaner, still happens. Suspect design flaw


you say you have a square d panel and you have a eaton breaker this may be the problem square d should always have a square d breaker and eaton with eaton they dont fit wright in the panel they are made for each other ,you should check the panel and breaker to see if all the wires are tight if there is no problem there check the plug in the wall if there all tight ,it may be drawing to many amps and blowiing the breaker,

Sep 13, 2011 | Eaton Electrical Supplies

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I, Bypass battery and nomral mode are blinking UPS bypass unavailable. I need help please


Here is the link to all of the documentation:
http://powerquality.eaton.com/Products-services/legacy/9125-info.asp
You can also contact Eaton. Eaton bought Powerware 5-6 years ago.
Toll Free: 1 800 356 5737
E-mail (Hardware): SinglePhaseTS@eaton.com

Mar 01, 2011 | Powerware 9125 UPS System

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Does not work - will not find the UPS and will not shut down


Not sure what software or driver you are using. Here is the product page. www.eaton.com/3105. Eaton bought Powerware a while back and not it's called the Eaton 3105. You can contact Eaton for additional support.

Toll Free: 1 800 356 5737
E-mail: SinglePhaseTS@eaton.com

Jan 17, 2011 | Eaton Powerware® 3105 UPS System

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Is the fuse in a powerware 9135 user replaceble


There are numerous fuses (rectifier, inverter, charger, battery) on the 9135 that are located internal to the unit and not readily accessible to the user. Generally a blown fuse is accompanied by another component failure which caused the fuse to blow in the first place. As a result, additional troubleshooting and testing is usually required to identify the root cause of the failure. This of course leads to soliciting the services of a technician who has access to the schematics, test equipment, and parts to initiate a repair. Without the schematics, it's like working in the dark. For complete support, please contact Eaton (Eaton bought Powerware so now it's the Eaton 9135):

Toll Free: 1 800 356 5737
E-mail: SinglePhaseTS@eaton.com

www.eaton.com/9135

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Basic instructions on use of Russell Hobbs Type CP1 coffee perco


We too have a CP1, we need to find parts for a full restoration, after 50 years of service (it too was a wedding present to my parents in 1967) mum left it on, it boiled dry. I've messaged Russell Hobbs, but in case they can't help, anyone know a vintage parts source?

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Eaton viking dishwasher


it may not be the pump.if it leaks when you run a wash cycle then the pump seal may be bad but if it only leaks when you drain it,it seems that its a drain hose/piping connection.

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