Question about Washing Machines
At the base of the 4000 unit their are 4 openings 2 of which have lines coming out and going to a hydrotek 6000 and they go to the respective zones their are 12 zones each hydrotek has 6 ports or zone lines the 4000 switches between the two 6000s but at the base of the 4000 their are two ports open and every other cycle it just pours water out of the open port til that time cycle is complete the the next time it cycles on it goes to the next port in the 4000 and that goes to a line to the 6000 and is ok but after that cyle and it cuts off the next time it cycles on it pours water out of the open port so every other time the system come on it just pours water out on the ground by the units til the next cycle i tried to block them off and it builds up pressure and still didnt switch to the next zone what do i do the 3 units have all been rebuilt and they have the correct parts for the 4000 i kite and the 6ooo 2 kits so what can i do or what do i need
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you hear clicks then I'd have to say it was a mechanical timer. the timer has a small motor on it. a complete timer including its motor will run you about $120 but a replacement timer motor will be about $35.00
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
you should check your pressure switch hose for a pin hole or better still just replace the hose and it should sort your problem out good luck hamstel
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
SOURCE: Short burn cycles
if thats a new themostst it sounds like you didnt set the cycle dip switches correctly,the type of heat you have is unknown to the thermostat so you have to tell it or it may short cycle or overheat
Posted on May 04, 2009
Thats strange, F10 means no cold fill.
Ok back to basics, you can check the pressure switch by taking off the tube and gently blowing into it and I mean gently, you should hear a click if its ok - make sure the other end is'nt blocked, blow it out with a cycle pump near the drum end
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Two problems, one is a bad thermostat on zone 2. The second is the boiler. The inducer fan energizes causing a pressure switch to engage. This pressure switch energizes the ignitor. If the ignitor does not get hot enough, it will cycle again all over. The cheapest route to take is to check all hoses going from fan housing to pressure switch looking for bad connections or leaks, the second thing to do is to replace your ignitor (time for it anyway).
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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You can select the desired ringer patterns of the base unit and cordless
handsets. 4 patterns are available for each line. Your phone comes from
the factory set to pattern 1. Programming must be carried out
separately for the base unit and cordless handset(s).
Make sure that the base unit/cordless handset is in the standby mode.
Base Unit Handset
4 Enter the desired pattern using
the dialing buttons ((1) to (4)) for
each line. To move to another
line, press H or I.
• Each time you select a pattern, it
5 Press (ENTER).
• A beep sounds.
• To return to the standby mode,
1 Press (FUNCTION).
2 Press or until the arrow
points to "Ringer setting",
and press H.
3 Press or until the arrow
points to "Ringer pattern",
and press H.
• The current settings are displayed.
L1 L2 L3 L4
1 1 1 1
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