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Check the circuit breaker and make sure you have power to the pump. If you have power to the pump and it is not operational when the tub is full of water and you are in it then I would say you have a serious problem. Most all of the older control that Aquaglass has used in the past have been discontinued. You may want to visit this link and identify your control before you begin t trouble shoot your system.
my Galaxy Aqua 2000 Electric Shower keeps running (cold water) even after swithing power OFF it used to completely shut down b4..what should I do 2 rectify the problem ...Please advise.... Thanks a bunch
You are correct; the (minimum) recommended fuel octane rating for your bike is 91. In fact, this applies to nearly every Honda motorcycle that I can think of. Back in the 60's and 70's, Honda used to recommend an octane rating of 95 - or higher.
Generally drives can be left sitting for a year or more without problems but if it was bumped or jarred hard enough the heads may not be releasing from the park position, otherwise clicking sounds usually mean problems with the circuit board. If you give it a visual inspection(requires removal with a torques 5 or torques 8 bit) you can look for any signs of a burnt out circuit.
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if you have a 10" rough in your house you can not install a 12" rough toilet. but if you have a 12" rough in your house you can install a 10" rough you would just have a 2 inch gap between the toilet and the wall.
the rough is measured by measuring the middle of the sewer hole. that your toilett sits on. to the back of the wall this is important because the tank sits behind the toilet. if the tank is too big then the toilet wont fit over the sewer hole.
your house shouldnt have a 10 inch rough unless its about 90 to 100 years old most home's now days go off a 12" to 14" rough.
if you do have an old home you can order any 10" rough toilet at a plumbing supply store. or lowes. they probably wont carry them in stock though because 100 year old houses aren't very common