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Its like new where can i find parts near to atlanta g.a. the 3 bases for the jars heat good i think is the heater elemet

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Reliance 606 natural gas water heater - model #640YORT - water does not stay hot. pilot has to be clicked to heat and then u can use hot water til tank empty and it will not continue to heat water.


If I understand correctly, the pilot light is not staying lit.
You light the pilot and water in the tank reaches temperature.
Once hot water is gone, then pilot light has to be lit again.

Gas pressure is good, and gas is flowing.
Thermostat is working at high end because it cuts off heating.
Vent is working because tank heats up.
Air intake is working.

Gas control thermostat might not be reading low temperature. Replace gas control valve.
Pilot tube might be dirty. Clean burner parts and combustion chamber, and air intake, and vent.
Backdraft might be blowing out pilot. Check for constant updraft by running water heater 5 minutes, and then light match under vent hood and see if smoke goes up.
Very hot air can put out pilot, especially when water heater located in attic. Add ventilation.
Improper vent might have water dripping back down into combustion chamber and putting out pilot light and rusting out the parts. Inspect for rusted parts and water.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-install-gas-water-heater.html#troubleshoot
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Pilot-light-will-not-stay-lit.pdf

Aug 09, 2011 | Reliance Natural Gas Water Heater Control

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98 Buick is heating up, and when it does it blows cold air. Is that the thermostat going bad or is that the water pump?


1. if your thermostat is going out...you will generally over heat if its stuck in the closed position....initially you might not even notice.but watch your temp gage.

2. If sticking in the open position..rare... your car will require a longer warm up period...operating temp.....heater takes longer to heat up...tough to check in the summer time...if you think its going out then just replace it and be sure to install the new gasket that should come with it....they are cheap and one of the easiest things to fix on a motor...failure to fix it can result in an overheated engine, oil breakdown and seized engine parts

3. Water Pump.
Listen for a faint ( initially ) metal on metal sound from the front of your motor.... easiest thing is to take a cut off broom handle...solid wood....place it on a section of the pump where you won't get hit by the belt or fan blade...then place the stick against your ear and listen...you will hear a faint smooth grinding sound...thats the bearings...if its chattering or very loud, then you have a pump going bad...also just before they go out you should see water dripping from the bottom of the pump or engine, near the pumps location.
You can buy stethoscopes and use water hose etc to check it but the wooden handle is the cheapest.

May 23, 2011 | 1998 Buick Century

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How do you reset combustion shut-off device tripped


Call GE 1 800 431 1549 they will fedex you a new one free of charge

Jan 30, 2011 | Rheem 50 Gallon FVR NATGAS Water Heater...

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Water heater will not work unless i push reset button will work for 24 hours or so then will stop working and i have to go out and reset it


The reset button or ECO (emergency cut-off) is a safety device.
The ECO trips and cuts off power to entire water heater when it detects temperatures over 150 degrees.
This prevents overheating and eventual explosion of water heater.

The ECO will trip for 4 possible reasons:
1) Bad thermostat. Water temperature inside tank exceeds 150 degrees F because thermostat is sticking in ON position, and thermostat does not turn off element correctly.
2) Loose wire inside or near upper thermostat that causes ECO to sense higher temperature
3) Bad element shorted to ground near center of element, and short does not cause breaker to trip
4) Factory-installed insulation and cover are removed from water heater >>> cooler air causes thermostat to read wrong temperature, and thermostat keeps heating water inside tank

Steps you can take:
First thing is to check if factory-insulation-and-cover are present.
Next look for signs of burning at or near screw terminals. Tighten loose wire if found.
Especially check the lower element screw terminals.
Take a photograph of the parts so you can see the parts larger on your computer, and compare parts more easily when buying new parts.
Next most likely suspect are the thermostats.
For around $22, you can buy generic upper-and-lower thermostats at Lowes or hardware store > then replace the thermostat(s) and see if problem persists.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-replace-thermostat-on-electric-water-heater.html

If problem continues after steps above
You will need to test water heater parts to track down the exact problem:
You need a inexpensive multimeter from Radio Shack, and the steps are simple, and you will know everything about an electric water heater afterward.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-troubleshoot-electric-water-heater.html

Answer back if you encounter something not covered above, and I will help.

Oct 25, 2010 | RELIANCE ELECTRIC WATER HEATER

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No heat


Over heat is caused by poor circulation of coolant. This problem can be: 1- The thermostat is not opening ( bad) causing coolant stagnant. 2- Water pump is bad, not circulate coolant. 3- Radiator is clogging up. It is full but water can not going through small clogging up tubes inside to have heat dissipated through the fines.
Since you also have no heat then I think the bad coolant causing the heater core clogged up also, unless the heater valve has a problem not allowing cooling flowing through the bypass hose to the heater core. Correct all 3 things above then you should be OK. Good luck.

Dec 12, 2009 | 2005 Nissan Sentra

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GE TFH27PRSA ice maker water fill tube and receving bucket on ice maker keeps freezing closed. No other problem with unit including water despenser to door. Once the tube freezes closed, water is leaking...


all is normal with the defrost heater getting red hot.

as far as the inlet tube freezing, you most likely need a new water inlet valve. it may not be closing all the way and water is slowly dripping into the icemaker and freezing up right away. a new valve should fix your issue. here is the part that you need. http://www.repairclinic.com/SSPartDetail.aspx?s=t-TFH27PRSA-%3d%3di1032629&PartID=1032629

Aug 21, 2009 | GE Profile PSW26P Stainless Steel Side by...

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We need a new thermostat for a Hatco booster heater dishwasher


Try Rick at Restaurant Parts and More in Ohio. Have model and serial number. He's pretty good at getting stuff like that and he reasonable on prices. I'm in Ga. and I have a 3 day turn around on anything I order from him. He's a straight shooter too. If he can't help you he'll try to find some one who can.

Feb 26, 2009 | Hatco Corporation Compact Electric Booster...

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Hello, we stored the blender in a box w. the jar on the base and now the jar is stuck on the base...anything that might help?


1) Vinegar - apply vinegar to a rag and apply to any exposed areas - use a q-tip to dribble vinegar into hard-to-reach places. Let a cup of vinegar sit in jar itself. After 20 minutes, try to remove.

2) Hot Water in blender jar.

3) Freezer - don't let it sit too long - 10 mins tops - last resort.

If all else fails, break parts, and reorder them here:
http://www.focuselectrics.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=3635&linkon=subsection&linkid=120&secid=53

Good luck!

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Jan 13, 2009 | Back to Basics Blender Solution 5500...

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