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Heater us not working

My heater was on and fall down for 1 hour and now its not working.

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Hello. Check and see if the fuse is good or bad.

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Can I use for an indoor convection heater?

Yes, you need a timer that has two rows of tappets, one row is On and the other is Off. Set them all as offs, 2 hours apart. Turn the dial until the one Off clicks, turn the heater on and it will click Off in two hours. I have a similar setting in the bedroom if fall asleep with the table lamp on. It is set to switch off every hour after midnight.

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My heater was on and fall down for 1 hour an d now its not working

Unplug, set upright, let oil go back down to base. Check owners manual for reset. Make sure to let unit set upright for a couple hours then plug in and try operation. If unit still does not work contact Delonghi and maybe they can help.

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Is there a timer for a up1529sf?

Plug grunfos into any timer with 3-prong outlet.
Analog: Intermatic TN311C up to 3-on-off per day minimum 1/2 hour

Digital: Woods 50009 or 59377: 7-day programming down to minute

Generally a Grunfos without timer will operate each time water temperature inside pipe falls below 90 degrees.
So when timer turns ON, then grunfos receives power and thermostat must sense temps below 90 before pump turns on.

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I have a Paragon model 4004-20 Water Heater Timer and I moved the TIME arrow. Now the water heater is not working at all. I am thinking of just restoring full time power to the water heater. I did not...

You are not supposed to move the time arrow.

4000 series time arrow is pointed at 8:00.
To set current time, lift and rotate dial clockwise until current time lines up with pointer.
Put X2772 trippers on dial at times you want water heater to turn on.
Minimum on-off with Paragon 4000 is 1-1/2 hours because trippers are so fat.
You can replace 4000 timer with electronic timer and control exact on-off down to the minute:

Electric water heater heats about 21 gallons of water per hour.
Shower uses 6-9 gallons hot water.
Bath uses 10-12 gallons hot water.
Average water heater that is not connected to timer, runs about 3 hours a day. You can make timer pay off by keeping time schedule lower than 3 hours.

Following link shows how to figure cost for electric water heater:

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1993 QCA Dream Master spa. Worked fine when drained last fall. Winterized with RV antifreeze. Just filled it and nothing happens. Heater light on solid for 30 seconds then starts flashing. Any ideas?

You probally have an air lock. All you need to do is find the drain valve and open it long enough to get water running full. This will flood the pipes and the spa should start. Good luck.

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Crazy a/c

try this first. The aspirator grille is on the instrument panel and looks like a tiny regidter, maybe 1 1/2 inch by 1 inch.

Check for proper connection of the in-car temperature aspirator tube. Refer to the following Service Procedure for details.
  1. Cut a piece of toilet paper or tissue paper about 3.7x3.7 cm (1.5x1.5") (paper towel will not work).
  2. Turn the key on and turn fan speed to HIGH.
  3. Select PANEL or VENT mode.
  4. Place the piece of tissue paper over the aspirator grille opening in the bezel. If aspiration (suction) is present, the tissue paper should stick to the aspirator grille.
  5. Turn the fan OFF. The tissue paper should fall off.
  6. If the tissue paper falls off the aspirator grille while the fan is on HIGH, check that the aspirator tube is properly connected at the right bottom corner of the front heater. The black connector on the white flexible tube should be snapped over the black tube connected to the heater plenum. Also, check for kinks and cuts in the aspirator tube.

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Creda Night Store Heater model 79154

The dial on the wall with 1-24 on it, with the red pins, is the timeswitch to turn the heater on for night-rate hours (when the electricity is cheapest). Hour 1 is 1am --> Hour 24 is midnight.
Set the red pins to turn the heater on from 11PM (23) to 7am (7). The 'on' symbol is normally a '1', with off being '0'. Otherwise, on can be symbolised with a staright line with circles on it, while off is like a little barrier-arm part up.
As for the knobs on the heater, one is for the amount of heat which goes in (how much the heater 'charges'), and the other is for how much it lets out.
Genrally in winter you set the input (nite-store, second knob) to full (6), but in spring or autumn you may reduce this as required.
The other knob (room temp) is for how much heat comes out of ther heater. If you work during the day, you will want to conserver the stored heat in the heater.
Turn the room temp knob down to about 3 when you leave for work, and wind back up to 6 when you get home. This will stop all the heat leaving the heater during the day (and maybe use less power to recharge at night).
Good luck with the time switch. Check your night-rate hours on your power account.

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Boiler pressure falling

Regretfully you have a leak. It is the only reason to have repeated pressure drops. Now it could be something like the relief valve or a leak in the wall or ceiling. Since it sounds like you have no water damage on walls or ceiling start by looking around the boiler when it is firing. Then look for someone in the referal area at to repair the issue. This is specialized work and should be done by someone trained in the field.

Good Luck, Phil

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Heater pops the circuit breaker

Lakewood 5500 Heater - Here is a picture of the rear side of the open heater thermostat with the two switches for 600 and 990W at the left. The 3oz metal piece is the weight that broke off from the thermostat assembly. It fell down and made a short between the case and the power switch. There is a visible burn mark where the short occurred.

I am convinced that if the heater ever falls over, the metal weight will break off and fall down and probably create a short against the case. It may disconnect the 120V power at the thermostat or cause a high enough current to kick out your breaker in the house.

The attachment of the 3oz metal weight to the back of the thermostat is not strong enough to survive when the heater falls over; it wil break off.

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