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How to replace the handpiece cord on a Biosonic US100R ultrasonic scaling unit ?

There is an electrical short in the dental handpiece cord.

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You did not specify, I hope you are talking about the TRS-559 or TRS-553. Both come with a lifetime warranty, go to waterpik.com or call 1-800-525-2774

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It runs but does not put out any mist.


You didn't specify the brand or model, but for generic advice, try using a strong solution of white vinegar and water and soak overnight or for several days (if very scaled up).

If you were using hard water in the humidifier, try using a commercial humidifier cleaner such as BestAir products (or similar - there are many to choose from): Amazon com BestAir 3US 6 UltraTreat Ultrasonic Vaporizer Water Scale...
(Make certain it's certified for steam and/or ultrasonic use, if your using that type of humidifier).
Follow directions on box. You will have to let soak for a period of time (hours/days) to allow chemicals to do their thing.

If you are using "soft" conditioned water, just refill with soft water and allow to sit for several hours, then discard and refill. The hardened minerals will re-disolve and will be removed when you flush the unit. For hardened minerals clinging to the sides, etc, just use your fingers to break up, possibly a brush or Dolby pad and break them loose.

(Soft water has just as much minerals as hard water, but in hard water there are mostly calcium based and turn rock hard and in soft water they are sodium based (sodium bicarbonate actually) and have a weak structure).

It's important to keep a humidifier clean of deposits, not just to keep the unit running, but to avoid air quality problems (bacteria will cling to scale buildup, which make excellent breeding grounds for them).

If you use "hard" tap water, clean (at a minimum) once a week. Use white vinegar and water - 50/50 mix. If your using "soft" conditioned water, clean once a month. Same with distilled water.
You could also consider using a small amount of bactericide in the water to prevent bacteria from growing. (Okay for filter type humidifiers, but DO NOT use in ultrasonic or vaporizer type humidifiers). 1/4 cap full should suffice. BestAir 3BT 6 Original BT Humidifier Bacteriostatic Water Treatment 32 oz

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I want to know best way to clean the humidifier and how often?


It all depends on a couple of factors.

First is the type of humidifier your using. Portable or whole house connected to the furnace. Steam, ultrasonic or filter. Your unit's instructions is the best guide as to how often you need to clean it and this can vary from every day to once a heating season.

My recommendation is to watch and clean the unit as soon as you see scale forming. Then in the future, reduce this to just before you see scale forming.

The second is the type of water you are using. Hard tap water is the worst and usually will require every day for small portable steam or ultrasonic units to once a week for filter models. For central whole house humidifiers, once a month (perhaps as little as every two weeks if your water is really hard, >10 grains hardness). There is no fixed formula for this, the idea is to perform on-going, preventive maintenance.

Soft or conditioned water will contain the same amount of minerals as hard, but the softener has replaced the calcium minerals with sodium minerals. (Sodium bicarbonate actually).The result is the humidifier will still form scale but it much easier to remove. With soft water scale, you can just break up the scale with your fingers and the filters can just be submerged in clean water and the salt scale will re-dissolve.

Third, with distilled water, you may only need to clean any of these units annually. (No minerals to for scale).

With any filter humidifier, consider using a commercial bactericide to prevent the growth of bacteria when the water sits for long periods (>14 days). Not so critical with soft water as the salt will retard the growth of bacteria, but very important with hard or distilled water. Don't use this product in ultrasonic or steam humidifiers as it will be carried into the air along with the water vapor, and can be considered as toxic.

With hard water, use a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water to dissolve the scale buildup. This works best if done on a regular basis. If left go too long, it become impossible to clean properly. You need only use regular water when using soft or distilled water in your humidifier.

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Can I use distilled water in my Sunbeam ultrasonic sul496?


You most definitely can. In fact it's better than using tap water. As it doesn't have all the minerals and chemicals that tap water has, that cause scaling.

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Potble ac unit w/broken fan need a new part for it!!


Dental technicians lubricate dental handpieces to keep moving parts and hinges free of rust and corrosion. The water-based lubricant provides a protective shield to prevent instruments from dulling over time, and extends the life of the expensive handpieces. This lubrication process, called "instrument milking," is mandatory before sterilizing instruments.8_24_2012_9_44_43_am.jpg

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Replacement cord for dental irrigator


You did not specify, I hope you are talking about the TRS-559 or TRS-553. Both come with a lifetime warranty, go to waterpik.com or call 1-800-525-2774

Mar 14, 2009 | Water Pik Waterpik& Elements& Handheld...

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Programmed speed dial - internal calls


To add an Extension Key: -
DONT lift handpiece, enter [*91] then press a vacant memory key and then choose “Repdial Key” from the menu. Enter an extension or group number and press the [ü] key.

To dial an Extension Key: -
Lift handpiece.
Press the memory key you programmed.

Storing a personal speed dial number: -
Lift handpiece.
Dial [*92]
Dial memory number.
(*0 - *9 for personal numbers)
Press the [ü] key.
Dial 0 then the number to be stored.
Press the [ü] key.
Hang up.

How to dial speed dial numbers: -
Lift handpiece.
Dial [*7]
Dial memory number.
(*0 - *9 for personal numbers)
(001-999 for system numbers)
For Example: [*7*0 ü] will call the personal number stored under position *0.
[*7001 ü] will call the system speed dial number stored under position 001.

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