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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: message: "in recovery"
the "in recovery mode" is refering to a thing called energy recovery management its one of the features on your tstat what it does- when you are using the program on your tstat the "in recovery" starts your unit early so if the tstat is set to be 70 degrees at 8 in the morning when 8 o clock hits it will already be 70 degrees in your house you can turn this feature off if you want in the installation setup codes
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
It sounds like you have a "setback thermostat" A control intended to increase efficiency by allowing the fan to run for an adjustable amount of time after the heater turns off, whether the heater is electric or part of a heat pump. If the "setback" time is too long, the element will cool off and the fan will blow cold air. Try and locate the instructions for the thermostat and see if the "fan run time after heat turn off" is adjustable and reduce it by half. Most emergency heat circuits bypass control circuits (its an emergency, you know), and require manual control.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
SOURCE: Gas Furnace Model GMH 95070,
Seems to me, the problem is not with gas, it's with the size of the duct work. 4" diameter is way to small if the entire duct work system is only 4". The trunk line may have not been sized proper,y. so the volume of heat has now been translated into high pressure, which is why the registers are noisy.
Also 6" ducts coming off a larger trunk line to each register is the norm for 1000 sq ft home.
Also, are your registers in the floor or the ceiling? Ceiling registers historically are a little noisier than floor registers. Mainly because, they're overhead and closer to your ears. But, if they were up-sized to 6", the noise would decrease quite a bit.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
No, more than likely it is the plastic wheel and I have found no available replacement parts for that. Honeywell did an amazing job with providing a quality product that will fail after 3 years
Posted on Jul 27, 2011
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1 Turn power off to refrigerator.
2 Open the fresh food sections door and remove all items on top shelf.
3 Adjust the fresh food control to its coldest position.
4 Remove the light shield by pulling down on the back corners of the cover and then slide the cover forward.
5 Remove the edge sealing device, radiant shield supporting screws at the back bottom center of the control housing mounting screw at back, bottom center of the control housing. Slide the control housing to the right and lower the housing.
6 Disconnect the temperature control housing from electric quick disconnect.
7 Remove the temperature control housing from the refrigerator and then place on a
flat work surface.
8 Remove the auto damper control rod retainer, control rod and the slide control
gear from the auto damper control.
9 Now turn the control housing over.
10 Remove the two auto damper mounting screws, then remove the auto damper from the control housing.
11 Mark the auto damper rod about 1/4 in. from and away from the housing.
12 Uncoil the auto damper capillary tube at about 4 in.'s
13 Submerge into a glass of ice (not water). then watch for door to move to the closed
14 Remove from ice and warm capillary tube with your hand. Then watch door for an opposite reaction.
15 If no movement is detected, replace the control. 61005971 Damper Control Assembly
The above is only a demostration of how to test a refrigerator with an auto that uses a capillary tube to open and close the damper. Your refrigerator will need to be identified by the correct model number to let you know what type of auto damper your model has, Post your model number and I will tell you what you will need to test yours, Thanks Sea Breeze
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It is quite common for a refrigerator to begin the first signs of a defrost problems once he fresh Food section begins to warm. Auto Dampers are an additional component to check while searching for the true reason for Fresh Food compartment warming. First look inside the freezer compartment and and see if there is a layer of frost building on the rear wall. If yes you will need to manually defrost unless you have anothr place to store the freezer goods. Unplug refrigerator and then remove the rear panel of freezer to get a good look at the snow covering your evaporator coils. Defrost with a hair drier. Now we need to look for the cause Auto Damper, Click here for the photo location of these parts=> MSD2756GEW Controls Section the adaptive defrost control is most likely the problem and is listed in the photo as location 13 and the auto damper
The Auto Damper model refrigerator has two controls and both have capillary sensing.
The Auto Damper controls the fresh food temperature and the Freezer Temperature
Control guides the freezer temperature. The fresh food compartment temperature is maintained by a damper assembly located at the back of the temperature control housing. Changes in air temperature cause the damper door to open and close. A control rod and gear connect the fresh
food control knob to the damper control.
Turning the fresh food control knob to the coldest position increases the flow of freezer air into the fresh food section. The freezer compartment temperature control warms at a faster rate and cools at a slower rate, increasing the compressor run time necessary to maintain a satisfied freezer temperature control.
Click Here=> Here is how to test a Maytag MSD2756GEW Auto Damper
There is always other possiilities but I see two other things that may cause this and that is the defrost heater with defrost Thermostat=> 61006199 Defrost Heater Assembly
I know this was long and possibly confusing but please ask if you should have questions or one on one assistance, Thanks, Sea Breeze
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