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Lcd light on mileage does not work

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Your post is in the plumbing section. I think you are having a car issue. You might want to repost your question.

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What tool is needed to unscrew/dismantle the Hans Grohe Axor Starck joystick tap; and to stop dripping is there a washer to replace or does one have to replace the whole joystick cartridge? Thanks Craig

This is a pretty difficult model to work on because the bonnet nut is so slim. The way I do it is to dismantle the faucet from the sink. Remove the cap and handle (2mm set screw) and lay the faucet on it's side. Protect the finish by putting it on a towel and lay it on a firm surface such as a table or work bench. Leaving the body and spout on the table, hang the top of the faucet over the edge of the work surface. Carefully lock vice grips onto the nut. Be careful to use just enough tension to secure it to the nut. Dont go too hard, or you will just chew up the nut. Then lightly tap the channel locks with a small hammer or mallet to turn the nut counter clockwise. Do this while pressing down on the faucet body to keep it from jumping. Lots of little taps will loosen the nut which is locked in by mineral deposits from leaking. Once the nut is moving you no longer need to tap it, as it can then be turned by using your hand to turn the vise grip pliars.

Look for an old o-ring in the nut where it meets the top of the cartridge and replace it with the supplied new one. Also replace the two seat washers that sit in the faucet body at the base of the cartridge with the supplied new ones. The newer cartridge will be smaller diameter, but you will see that the height is the same and it works perfectly.

Lastly, if this is all too difficult, Hansgrohe will allow you to send your faucet in under the warranty. We will repair, test, and send it back to you. You can call us at 800-334-0455 for service in USA, or contact us through the web site

Sep 02, 2011 | Hansgrohe 10129 Axor Starck Tall Single...


Gas Hot Water Tank Not Producing Hot Water Pilot will not stay lit Trying to...

Gas Hot Water Tank Not Producing Hot Water

Pilot will not stay lit

Trying to light your pilot light and it keeps going out when you turn on you gas valve. This is a common problem when your thermo-couple goes out. The thermo-couple sends a small electrical charge to the gas valve to keep its self lit. When the unit calls for heat the pilot flame gets bigger producing more electric and tells the gas valve to open the main gas valve to the burner tubes. The thermo-couple is an easy item to change most of the time. You will need to follow these steps to change out your thermo-couple:

1. Turn off the gas (there is an inline shut off on the supply line before it reaches the gas valve, you need to turn this crossways to the pipe)

2. Locate the thermo-couple it will look like this and be attached to the gas valve

3. Unscrew the thermo-couple from the gas valve

4. Remove the other end of the thermo-couple from the pilot holder

5. Measure or take the old thermo-couple to the hardware or appliance store with you to get the proper length (there are many different lengths of thermo-couples)

6. Reinstall the bulb end at the pilot

7. Reinstall the threaded end on the Gas Valve (make sure not to cross thread the thermo-couple it should start by hand)

8. Turn the gas valve to the pilot position and hold down the red button wait a few seconds then turn off and do again (you will need to do this around 5 times in order to get the gas back up to the pilot light then try and light the pilot)

9. Try to ignite the pilot light.

10. Once you get the pilot light lit you will want to hold down the button for 60 seconds then turn the gas valve to the on position.

Here is an image of a thermo-couple (they will all look similar to this):


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on May 03, 2011 | Plumbing


Pilot light won't light

check the earth quake valve. It may need to be reset.

on Nov 11, 2010 | Plumbing

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My garbage disposal, a Badger, Model 5-8, is jammed. The motor is working, I hear the humming noise, but it is not spinning. This has happened before, and I have freed the plate, by inserting an allen...

If you can't get the allen wrench to free what ever is in the disposal, you might be able to peer down through the drain hole into the inside of the disposal. Make sure power is off. Take a small flash light to look in to the disposal this way. You can take your hand or a pair of needle nose pliers and reach down in to the disposal. It may be really rusted out and just needs to be replaced. Replacement is not too difficult if you can buy another badger that will have the same mounting plate underneath it. Just be sure to shut off the power, then you can loosen the disposal from the mounting plate. All you need is a screw driver that you can insert in to the mounting plate turning holes. This is located just under the sink, between the sink and the disposal. Turn the plate counter clockwise and the disposal should come loose from the sink. (Be sure to take the two bolts out holding the disposal to the drain pipe)
Next, after the disposal is loose, turn it upside down, and disconnect power. You will probably have to take a cover plate off to get to the wire nuts that hold the electric to the disposal. I believe Lowes carries Badger disposals, as well as Home depot might but I'm not sure.

Jun 20, 2011 | Plumbing

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Last week my electric power went off for about one hour, in my kitchen I heard water rushing out my drains. when the lights came on I had no water.The well man came and said he had to turn my pressure...

It sounds like the bladder in your pressure tank is water logged. Turn your pump off and open a tap and let the pressure off. Once the water has completely stopped coming out of the tap go to your pressure tank and pump air into it. There should be more water come out of the tap. Continue to pump are in until you reach the pressure recommended for your tank and there is no longer water coming out of the tap. Close the water tap and turn the pump back on and this should fix the problem. If it does not you will probably need a new pressure tank. The bigger the pressure tank you have also will make the pump work less. I prefer a smaller one myself as there is less change in the shower pressure when the pump cycles than with a bigger tank but this is just a matter of prefference. Some people prefer a larger tank as it uses less power by the pump not working as often.

Mar 15, 2011 | Plumbing


How To Light a Pilot Light on a Water Heater

If your water heater has a push button ignitor, watch this video:

If your water heater requires you to manually light your pilot using a match/lighter, watch this video:
If you are uncertain, watch both. Hope you find this helpful! :-)

on Mar 19, 2010 | Plumbing


Gorilla Tape Pipe Fix

If you have ever had a pin hole in a copper pipe in the middle of the night. If you just can't afford to call a plumber at that hour and pay those off hour prices. If you need to get some sleep for work or maybe you just can't fix it properly, right at that moment. Here's the answer.
Get yourself some Gorilla Tape and a heat gun. If you have some sand paper or a wire brush bring that too.
1. Turn off the water to the leaking pipe. Then find the exact spot of the pinhole.
2. Dry the outside of the pipe with the heat gun. Be careful not to stand in or drape the electric cord into any standing water.
3. Lightly sand the section of the pipe to take off the polished shine of the copper. Be careful of the heat you just applied to the pipe.
4. Now, tear yourself off a piece of Gorilla Tape and wrap it tightly around the place on the pipe that you prepared. Be generous with the thickness and stagger the pieces to add to the width of the patch.
5. It is time again for the heat gun. Heat the Gorilla Tape with the heat gun until it shrinks and becomes shiny. Don't linger at any one spot for too long. Keep moving the heat gun around. Continue doing this until you stop seeing a change in the tape and it becomes uniform in appearance.

That's it. I have seen this trick hold 50psi for 8 hours before it started to drip. If it starts to drip. Tie a rag around the tape and attach a string to the rag. Run the string into a bucket and the water will follow it.
You can try to use regular duct tape, but I can't guarantee the results. Gorilla Tape is the only tape I have been able to use successfully, in this situation.
Now, go back to bed. You've got work in the morning.

on Mar 02, 2010 | Plumbing

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I have an older model teledyne gas spa heater and the (electric ignition)pilot lights right up every time but one day it will fire right up and the next it wont! filters are clean! I have 25 volts at all...

Check for line voltage being present at the gas valve when it should fine but won't. If voltage is present but no gas flows you will need a new valve or else tap it and it will probably light. If no voltage is present you have an intermittent problem somewhere else in the heater which of course is the hardest issue to solve.

Good luck.

Dec 17, 2009 | Plumbing

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Remove sediment from my pool deck drains

I would go with a smaller sewer snake as long as you work slow,pvc can become brittle over time. Work the snake in conjunction with water to help flush debris from the line.

Nov 21, 2009 | Ace Hardware Plumbing

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