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Bosch washing machine leaks

what size is the line you are using for the gray water. what i mean is if you are trying ti use the same size hose as the original discharge
hose, the pressure to high. the hose original was about 1 inch diameter, the hose use to go up than the hose hook shape goes into the drain pipe thats 2-3 inches diameter for draining the water went into the sewer system, if your trying to use 1-1/2 hose, the diameter not enough air or room for all that water. i dont think the lenth the issue its the diameter and amount of pressure that being forced down small hose or pvc pipe.

Oct 06, 2015 | Bosch Washing Machines

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1996 dodge caravan- where is thermostat located?

you didn't mention your engine size. but generally you follow the top radiator hose to the engine. The hose will connect to an elbow. The thermostat is under the elbow- usually retained by 2 bolts.

Sep 23, 2010 | 1996 Dodge Caravan

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I have a '95 Ford Thunderbird with CEL throwing code P1407 Exhaust Gas Recirc No Flow detected. Is this a do it yourself fix and if so where is this located on the car? Any help is appreciated, thank you.

I don not remember the ecxact number of parts, however here goes. Takes about an hour.Remove plastic air management(1 bolt, 2 large hose clamps and 2 approx 1 inch hoses). Disconnect the battery terminals. Remove "U shaped vacuum hose from intake(alluminum about 4" in diameter, and elbow shaped). remove vacuum lines from EGR, and the plastic purge solenoid(has two port next to eachother. remove all electronic connection from the throttle positioning sensor, and the components between the intake and the firewall. Remove Cruise Control, and throttle cable. Remove intake(the elbow shaped part) four bolts at the base of it. I believe they are 8mm. Remove two bolts from the EGR valve(kind of a pain to get to) It is on the top of the block close to the fire wall next to the intake(elbow shaped 4 inch tube with TPS) I believe that they are 10mm. space back EGR 1/4 inch with smooth plastic shims to not damage seal, or replace seal. With everything apart clean all that soot and gunk out of that channel directly underneath intake(elbow) and port between that and the EGR. Make sure and take your time to clean this thoroughly. Put back together. The Electrical connectors only goon one way, however pay clos attention to those and the vacuum lines that they are all put back on in the correct places.

Sep 01, 2010 | 1995 Ford Thunderbird

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Need to know where the drain line is on the A.C. the flloor board on the passenger side floorboard is getting wet, we dont know where the drain is, can't find it! Re: 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited

If you open the hood and look on the pasanger side firewall you will see a hose about 3" long with shaped like a elbow, this is the drain remove the hose from the fire wall and use a shop vac to **** out any leaves etc that might be in there install the elbow pointing down
should be good to go

Jul 12, 2010 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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The outlet spout keeps popping out after a few days of working the outlet pushes the rubber bush out ejecting the waste water onto the toilet floor

I believe you are talking about the 90 degree rubber elbow on top of the pump where the waste discharges. There is a rubber hose sticking out the top of the pump casing about 1/4" you need to inset the check valve and press down as far as it goes, next step you have to push the rubber elbow on top and also press as far as it goes, then the last thing you put on is the clamp which will tighten the rubber elbow against the check valve and the rubber hose sticking out the top of the pump. This will stop the leak and will prevent the elbow from blowing out of the unit. But it must be done in the same sequence as i explained.

Mar 08, 2010 | Saniflo 002/005/007 Saniplus Toilet with...

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Evaporative emission system leak detected

ckeck under the battery is a hose and some times came loose , also behaind the intake is a elbow shape hose the with time came loose ,

Feb 17, 2010 | 2004 Ford F150

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This is no joke, I can,t fine where my thermostat is in my 1997 merc sable, ,i even followed the top hose back to the engine block

if you follow the "upper" radiator hose from the radiator to the engine it should have a metal piece that bolts to the car ( usually with only 2 bolts) and also the hose is clamped to it. it most likely has a domed shape to an elbow looking piece. take the "upper " radiator hose from where it connects to the engine. remove the bolts that hold this metal piece to the engine that you just took the hose off of. the thermostat "should" be located under this piece. you must take that metal elbow thing off from car to access the thermostat. where it bolts to the engine it most likely will have only 2 bolts and where that connects to the engine will be a gasket and it will be kinda football shaped. a lot of cars will also have a brass flat screw on top of this domed shaped elbow. that will be the give away to that that is where it is. what you do is when the car is running and the coolant starts to get warm, you back out the brass screw a little. this will let the air escape thats trapped and when coolant starts to escape tighten the screw back down. now you have the air out of the system after youve replaced the thermostat. I hope this helps....

Jun 13, 2009 | 1997 Mercury Sable

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Connection for continuous discharge

There unit should have come with a small plastic tube. One end should have a thread connecion for hose hook-up. There should be an opening on the back of the unit that you push the tube through to connect with a little elbow tube inside the unit. You should be able to see the elbow connector from the front of the unit by removing the water bucket. Just push the plastic tube in from the back until it fits snuggly over or into the elbow tube and replace the water bucket. Run the connected hose to your sump pump.

Jul 16, 2008 | Dehumidifiers

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