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I dont want to run the daily water recycler

I dont want to run the water recycler

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How to make money scrapping metals


It's quite easy, actually. Almost every city has several places that take recycled scrap metal. Near me, they pay per pound on pretty much everything you can collect, from aluminum soda cans to full-blown cars. It's a very easy way to make a few dollars - all you need is a method of hauling them to a recycler. Attached is a sample list taken from a recycler that I've done business with in the past. http://kcscrapyard.com/wp-content/uploads/kcpricesheet.pdf

Prices can and often do change daily. A few words of warning, though:



  • Attempting to steal metals to recycle for profit is illegal. Harvesting copper and/or steel from city/county fixtures where I live is subject to immediate arrest. Only attempt to recycle materials which you have legal possession of.


  • If you live near a railroad, be aware that possession (and attempted recycling) of any piece of the railroad (track sections, spikes, and anything from switches) is also immediately going to get you arrested.


  • Some recycling companies require an ID and signature on every sale.


  • Certain things are considered HHW (Household Hazardous Waste) and must be disposed of at a special facility designed to process them. Such examples are most e-wastes, MOTs (microwave over transformers), and some car components. There are many online guides to help you determine what can and cannot safely be removed and recycled.


For most people, though, it's a great way to make money. When you're walking along the roadside and see an empty can or tin laying around, take it home and bag it. When you have a few bags worth, taking it into the recycler could get you $10. For almost no invested time or effort - basically for doing your civic duty.

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Why does brine tank fill with water and overflows?


It sounds like there is a problem with either the valve in the head not sending water to the venturi jet when it is supposed to recycle or, the venturi or jet have an obstruction that is preventing it from creating the vacuum necessary to draw the brine back from the tank into the resin bed.
If there is water flowing out of the drain line during the recycle it is probably the venturi or jet need cleaning. If no water is flowing it is probably the valve assembly.

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On a water cooled scotsman ice machine, should the water be running out of drain line contiuously as its making ice? be cause it just runs all the damn time and thats a huge water bill ...


On a water-cooled system, by design the heat from the machine is being transferred to running water that carries the heat away. Some installations pump this "waste" water to a heat-exchanger or cooling tower (typically on a rooftop), where the heat is transferred again, this time to the air. The water with the heat removed is then recycled back to the machine, where the process is repeated continuously. There is thus no "wasted" water.
If your cooling water is just running down the drain, that's a terrible waste of water and money. Try to find a way of recycling the water by removing the heat and re-using it. Think of ways to use the "free" heat in the water.
Alternatively, buy a proper rooftop heat exchanger and pump the water through it, or, get an old car radiator or air conditioning condenser and a decent blower, and make your own.
Remember that your machine needs constant cool water in order to avoid overheating the system.

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How do i get it to drain water


new install? check end of drain hose where it mounts to disposer, there may be a plug in there.
If old install, drain at the bottom of dishwasher is plugged, may be plugged in pump which recycles water. If it aint thrown water, your dishes ain't going to get clean.

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Verve Digital Water Timer as sold at B&Q have lost the operating instructions.


Verve water timers might be Melnor:
Open following link for manuals.
http://www.melnor.com/instructions.php
Links to other water timer manufactures and manuals are found on following link:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-program-Gardena-C1060.html#manuals

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I need a water pump pulley for a 1987 honda prelude si 2.0 fuel injected engine. Honda dealer show it as a discontinued part and not much luck yet in finding one at the local recycle yards. the car runs...


I think you will only be able to find on in the bone yards. I don't know if you checked online, but most junkyards have locator services.
Worst case, I would take the old pulley to a small machine shop and I am confident that they could repair anything that was wrong with it. They may charge you $ 100 or so, but that is much cheaper than a new car and the Hondas are great cars and last forever if taken care of.

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Not sure how long to run pump


First, RECYCLE is a position that allows water to continue to circulate through the system, BYPASSING the filter. If there is a problem with the system, like an air intrusion/leak, by putting the filter in RECYCLE you can determine if the problem is in the filter, or another part, of your system.

As for how long to run the pump, it can be ran 24 hours a day. Normally, the average run time is 8 to 10 hours a day. Most city codes require that pool water is "turned over" one time daily. This means that all of the water in the pool is ran through the filter at least once a day. Usually, 8 to 10 hours will give you that requirement.

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Electric Water Heater Using Too Much Electric.


Maybe you want to think about getting a tankless heater.The gad unit works real good.But the electric water heater i want to think you should check the thermostate.Maybe it is struck and not cutting off every time.

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