I just bought this unit at an auction - it looks like it's in nearly perfect condition. I have never started one before and don't know exactly how it's supposed to perform. I plug the unit in, switch it on at the back, and it starts, there's flame, but within a couple seconds it blows out. I must have tried about a dozen times with the same result, no matter where i put the colder/warmer setting to. I don't have a manual, what do i do to get this unit to stay on? Is there some adjustment of fuel/air at the back that I can adjust?
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Re: uk165t starts and blows out immediately.
Here is a link to the owner's manual you requested... http://188.8.131.52/manuals/123919-01A.PDF. Check out page 8 and 10. There is a few things that could be preventing your heater from not working. If you need to replace a part or filter you can contact Master Parts at 800-446-1446 or on-line at www.masterparts.net. I hope this helps you.
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a 54 super grade in near mint condition went for 3,500 at auction so depending on the contion and completeness of the gun it is wrth in this range http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=221609739
Thats a BIG only problem. Did you ever hear it run?? Do you have the correct key? I would have a shop look at it, maybe the engines fried ,and that why you dont buy cars at an auction unless you know what you are doing.
Since you bought it at an auction, best thing to do is run a system recovery to erase the previous owner's data and start anew with your info. Folow these steps:
How to use Acer eRecovery
Solution Note: These steps will return the system to the original factory installation including all factory installed drivers and applications. Back up all data prior to using this procedure.
Plug in the AC adapter and battery.
Turn the system on
Immediately, press ALT on the keyboard and start tapping F10. Continue holding ALT and tapping F10 as the unit boots up.
A screen stating "Starting Acer Erecovery" should appear. (Release ALT and stop tapping F10 at this point)
There will be 4 options: 1. Restore system to factory default 2. Restore system from user backup 3. Restore system from cd/dvd 4. Exit
Restore system to factory default
Enter the password created when eRecovery was first started.
Read the on-screen warning and choose Yes.
Click Next. The recovery process will start.
When recovery is complete the system will re-start and will need to complete the setup of Windows. When setup is complete a process will clean up the recovery files. Please be patient as this process can take 5-10 minutes or longer.
Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
The rear panel nameplate will state the unit power requirements. Look for number of amps draw. Let's say you read "2 A". Now, depending on where in the circuit this fuse is, your fuse size will be no more than two amperes (sometimes slightly greater if slow-blow fuse spec'ed). So, if your fuse is located immediately near the line-cord entrance to circuit board, start with a 1.0A fuse. If that immediately blows, then increase to a 1.5A fuse. Repeat until 2 A fuse is reached. If still blowing, then there is a problem with the set, either power supply or tube.