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The indoor temp on my acurite model 02086 weather stn. constantely reads 26c how do I get it to read the correct indoor temp?


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IT WORKS BUT AT THE CYCLE END SUPPLY COLD AIR IS IT NORMAL?


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My oregon scientific indoor outdoor weather station with atomic clock just stopped picking up the outdoor readings, it won't switch to that channel any longer. tried removing and reinstalling the battery,...


I had the same problem, Since the outside temp wouldn't read, I figured it was the outside unit batteries. Went through half a dozen AAA batteries and wouldn't read. It was the indoor unit. Had the same bats I installed 3 years ago. DUH! Replaced the AAA, and all was well. When the inside batteries die out, it has just enough juice to read indoor temp, but not enought to sense exterior signal.

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Its not working and flashing P6. Its a Mr Slim


dear sir/madam i think.... mr Slim A control R407c & R410a systems.
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One of the indoor coil sensors reads over 70 deg C.

If you are sure the refrigerant charge is correct & system operation is correct then it could be a coil temperature sensor reading wrong temperature.
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1987 Shadow 700 charging problem


yes there is a couple of different ways to test these components,first you will need a voltmeter and the first test is an ohms (resistance) test unplug the stator and place the meter leads on the stator leads 1and 2 then 1and 3 then 3 and 2 should read between .2 and 2.5 ohms then do an insulation breakdown one lead to stator lead the other to ground should read OL or OFL if any reading stator is junk. Then test out put meter to ac-volts meter leads to stator leads start the bike should read 15-100 vac. Then as far as the reg/rec goes set meter to diode mode and place one meter lead to the power output and the other to the stator input side of the connector do this to all three wires and then rev. the meter leads and do again 0.3-0.8 forward bias OFL in rev. bias then place meter lead to ground wire on reg/rec and do the same test if you get readings in both forward and reverse bias the reg/rec is bad replace

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How do i test the rectifier regulator on 1981 1100gl?


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