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Kenwood ew7507ebk electric oil filled radiator resets itself to anti-freeze mode

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Kenwood oil filled radiator heater - digital

My EW6708K stopped working after a power outage (was not on at the time, just plugged in). I couldn't find any info online. So I used my last option: I took it apart. Two screws on the bottom opens the unit's electronics. Two more screws inside to get tol the circuit board. I was looking for a reset button. There was a tiny white “thing” on the circuit board. I pressed it and reassembled the unit. That did the trick! Simple. Just be neat and put everything back the way it was.

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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SOURCE: Need Instruction Manual, Kenwood Electronic Heater #EW6708K

I have an original Kenwood instruction Manual for the Model
EW6708EK oil filled electronic heater (eng. and spanish)

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

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There is a internal overheat stat.You will need to unplug it for 15 20 min.Remove the towell.

Here is a link with you owners manual listed.

Posted on Dec 21, 2010

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SOURCE: I need to reset my Delonghi radiator. it overheated

Unscrew the four screws holding the front faceplate on (two are on the bottom of the radiator). From the bottom end gently pry up the faceplate, it will stay attached at the top end near the temperature selector. Look inside and you will see a black bridge like piece of metal with a plastic and metal thing stuck to it's center with two wires leading into it. It's basically a connection that melts when high temperatures are reached, therefore it must be replaced (pictured). You can bypass this by prying the metal bridge out, removing the wires leads from the switch and connecting them using a wire nut. BE AWARE THAT THIS WILL OVERRIDE THE HIGH TEMPERATURE SHUT OFF MECHANISM, so don't use it for drying off your coat again._361.jpg

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How to change anti-freeze in radiator

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Anything special i need to know when changing my anti-freeze. this is my first time, trying to save money. someone said something about getting the air out? what does that mean?

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I have a kawasaki KX250 motorcycle and there is oil in the radiator.

Check your engine and transmission oil for anti freeze. Also check to make sure your engine breather is not plugged. You probably have a leaking water pump seal , that is allowing oil to get into your anti freeze through the transmission. Normally when this happens the anti freeze goes into the transmission oil.
If there is no anti freeze in the lower engine or transmission , then the oil is leaking from a high pressure oil line going to the head to the cooling chambers filled with anti freeze. This means you probably need to replace your head gasket on the motor. While you have the head off check to make sure that the head has not warped. If it is warped it may have to be machined back to flat or replaced.

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How much anti-freeze?

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I have an anti-freeze leak. Do I add more to the

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Need Instruction Manual, Kenwood Electronic Heater #EW6708K

I have an original Kenwood instruction Manual for the Model
EW6708EK oil filled electronic heater (eng. and spanish)

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Engine coolant has turned to a gel and engine overheated

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