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What fault is low eveperation in heatpump thanks john


It means your saturation temp on your cooling is getting close to freezing. Check your filter. This is usually caused by a reduction of air flow

Aug 05, 2016 | Heating & Cooling

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Water heater


Most instant-on tankless water heaters require at least 10 psi of water pressure to start the heating process. The flow of water determines how hot the water will be, within the heating range. An electric 110 volts heater will increase the water temperature about 25 degrees F. A gas water heater will increase the water temperature about 45 degrees F.
Too much flow will not allow the water time to heat. Too little flow will not allow the heating system to work. Each heater must have the outflow water flow adjusted for the best heating outcomes. The best way to find the ideal flow is to turn the hot water facet on and adjust it (open or close) until the water reaches the balance of producing hot water.

Apr 25, 2016 | Water Water Heaters

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No hot water , no heater


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It will not steam. We put in a solution of vinegar and 2 parts water from a pitcher that filters water. Will this be considered distilled water or is distilled water critical?


Distilled water and filtered water are not the same. Distilled water is water that has been boiled then condensed so that most of the impurities that cause water hardness (Sodium, Calcium, etc.) have been removed. Filtering does not remove these which is why your iron will clog up much quicker. Same applies to your car battery, distilled water only! To clean it mix "Lime Away" with water about 1/4 cup with water every 6 months or so, then rinse with clean water a few times to get rid of the green color, steam until it comes out clear again..

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Why my refrigerator is leaking water from the top where the water filter is located?


Shut off water supply valve. Relieve water pressure by dispensing water. Unscrew water filter. Examine to see if the gasket is damaged or if filter was loose and just needed tightening. Or simply replace water filter with the correct water filter that your GE refrigerator calls for.

Jul 19, 2014 | GE Refrigerators

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Moving/Shipping bolt re-installation for Frigidaire Front loading washer Mod # GLTF2070DS0 Serial XC40623490 instructions and tips as well as suggestions. Is this really needed, unit will be in storage...


Hello,
yes it sure is a good idea to have the shipping bolts in place to move it they tend to bounce around and could damage something if not secured...also a tip would be if it will be stored where very warm sure as storage places generally are it would be a real good idea to pour about a gallon of water in tub since their is always water their to keep seals wet to prevent dry rot and if stored where hot that water may eveperate so add some to keep it moist and the seals wont dry rot

Gene

Aug 24, 2011 | Washing Machines

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My water filter was not clicked in all the way so water leaked and filled up the drip pan under the refrigerator and started leaking out onto my floor before I noticed anything was wrong. I put the water...


Hello Terri,
The pan there is for the defrost water that drains into it durning the defrost cycle,that water eveperates automatically so this water too will evaperate as well may take a bit longer since its more but it will evaperate. Also as you know there is no way to remove that pan,but tomorrow it will be empty anyway

Gene

Aug 08, 2011 | Kenmore Side by Side Refrigerator

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Runs out of hot water


I wonder if you have this problem below caused by a drop in water pressure from someone flushing a toilet or a washing machine. I would call the company to remedy this issue.

17. What is a cold water sandwich effect? The term “cold water sandwich effect” is a term that is used to describe the introduction of cold water into the hot water supply line during frequent on/off operation of an instantaneous water heater. The cold water sandwich effect, when present, appears as a momentary drop in hot water temperature as it is discharged from a hot water supply outlet (i.e. shower, tub, or faucet). This phenomenon is present in the operation of all instantaneous, tankless style, water heaters, but is minimized with the high tech design of Rinnai water heaters.
The technology built into the Rinnai water heaters is designed to minimize the cold water sandwich effect. Rinnai water heaters are microprocessor controlled and when water flow through them ceases, they remain in a “ready to fire state” for approximately 1 minute. If water flow through a Rinnai water heater begins within the first minute following water flow stoppage, the water heater will fire back up within 1 to 2 seconds. This minimizes the cold water sandwich effect that would otherwise be experienced with a low tech tankless water heater. It should be noted that the cold water sandwich effect cannot be removed completely from tankless style water heaters. The safety standards developed to insure the safe operation of water heaters require a delay in the ignition sequence of all gas water heaters.
While the cold water sandwich effect cannot be completely eliminated from standard plumbing systems, it can be eliminated from plumbing systems that have a supply and return hot water circulating system. Rinnai has developed 2 methods to eliminate the cold water sandwich effect in residential hot water circulating systems.
The first (and preferred) method to remove the cold water sandwich from circulating systems utilizes a small electric tank water heater (powered up) that is used with a dual purpose. The small water heater acts as a mixing tank to eliminate the cold water sandwich effect from the Rinnai water heater and it uses its electric heating element to offset the heat losses from the hot water circulating system.
The second method to remove the cold water sandwich from circulating systems utilizes a small 2 to 6 gallon storage tank installed on the hot water outlet of the Rinnai water heater. This tank acts as a mixing tank to blend the cold water sandwich with hot water and eliminating its effect at fixtures.

Mar 11, 2009 | Rinnai Water Heaters

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GE Profile side by side


also ensure the condensor uder the fridge is clean of dust build up. high head preasure at the compresor discharge can also cause noises in the eveperator circulation. make shure you clear out this dust 4 times a year.

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