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Why does my pioneer elite pro-ro6u have a red light that says standby instead of blue light which is on??


proubly just the design my kenwood has a red light for standby and goes out when turnd on

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What does the 'eco option' on the MW512NZ model actually mean?? Cheers


Eco is a water saver option, using less water on the rinse cycle. It saves 25% more water than the water saver option on the rinse cycle (if available, depending on model). Eco and water saver cannot be used with fabric softener. Eco and water saver are slower than the regular rinse cycle.

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I have a 1992 bounder mh ,6a6e atwood water heater.I recently replaced the coach batteries and main battery.My circuit board went bad,replaced along with eco and thermostat.My gas valve was rusty and...


First check thermal cut-off that is connected between incoming power wire and thermostat terminal. (located inside little clear plastic sleeve) Easiest way to do that is to remove it from the circuit temporarily. Just pull it off thermostat terminal, pull it apart from other end, and just connect female spade from incoming power wire directly to thermostat terminal. Then see if water heater ignites. If it does, and all works well, get new thermal cut-off. That cut-off is a safety feature in case of flame up at burner, it will shut off gas supply. It is not reset-able, just works once then needs to be replaced.
If that doesn't cure it, take a 12v test light, or a multimeter, and test for power at gas valve, when water heater is trying to ignite, or at ECO terminal where red wire runs from left ECO terminal to gas valve. If power is getting to gas valve, and you don't hear or feel it click, make sure ground connection is sufficient as well. If you have 10.5-13.5 volts to gas valve, and it's not opening and ground is good, then it's faulty and should be replaced. If it is clicking, (opening) but no gas coming through, you may have a plugged orifice on gas valve, provided you have cleaned burner tube of any spider webs or debris previously. If no voltage from red wire, start back tracking with meter or test light to other terminal on ECO, then to terminals on thermostat as well. You'll see how feed wire (short jumper) goes from thermostat, over to ECO. Remember, you will have to hold test light or meter probe at connection and have someone turn on switch to get a reading, which will only appear when it's trying to ignite. Let me know what you find.

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Turns on for 30 sec then goes bright blue and goes back into standby. turn back on it does it agian


This is blue CRT problem in tv as it is rear projection tv that has three CRTs red-green-blue inside to project color picture on front screen.
Blue CRT (tube) will be replaced to fix the issue and it is job of Pro because lots of adjustments are required after replacement of tube.
Local tv repair shop will help you for that.
Thanks

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Dishlex Global 300 starts to fill with water, then


ok this sounds like your water has stopped coming in or timed out b4 the pressure switch is activated. hold eco button down, u will hear a beep then a light will come up, keep pushing the button until u see the light.reply and tell me which light has come up, and i can help u fix the problem.

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Atwood Model # GC6AA-10E. When I try to start unit on gas it tries to start 3 times and red warning light comes on. When I try electrical the red warning light comes on. Have cleaned the contacts on...


Normally the red light stays on for hydro operation, so within 1/2 hr or so you should have hot water. Red light on gas means problem lighting. A few things to check. Make sure switch at back of water heater is on as well as breaker in panel, for hydro operation.
As far as gas side goes, try going outside and drop cover down, and pull the connectors of and on a couple of times at the spark module, just to make sure you have clean contact, and have someone try switch after, and let me know if it's at least trying to spark. If still not working, there should be a thermal cut-off switch in the brown wire running to center area of water heater to the thermostat, and ECO. ( where square piece of black foam covers them) That thermal cut-off has a clear plastic sleeve over it. Take that out of the circuit. Simply pull it apart at both ends, and then connect wire from spark module directly to THERM/ECO, where it was before.( your just eliminating that piece, and going direct.) See if it lights now, and let me know. Do you have a 12 volt test light, or multimeter? Also, with it turned off, take your finger and push in between spade connectors on the THERM, and ECO, and make sure there isn't a little reset in center that has tripped.

Jan 19, 2010 | RTO Atwood DSI-RV Water Heater-6 Gallon

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Fisher Paykel Intuitive Eco Washer is squealing


You need to pull out the washer, TURN OFF THE WATER, then take the water hoses off the back of the washer. Check the screens inside the water inlets for debris. If that doesn't fix the problem you may need to ask fisher paykel if it's safe to put a chemical like limeaway in those holes to remove hard water deposits that have built up inside the valves.

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New Timer--New Problem


Sound like you connected the timer up wrong, from my drawing check the following connections to the timer.
terminal 12 & 26 - Black (linked) mains supply
terminal 17 yellow/red (from rinse switch)
terminal 28 grey (from water level switch)
terminal 15 light blue (advance rinse switch water level switch)
terminal 27 brown (door switch)
terminal 25 brown (door switch)
terminal 62 green/black (motor)
terminal 7 red (motor)
terminal 32 yellow (motor)
terminal 9 blue (capacitor /motor)
terminal 8 white/yellow (motor) and white (water solenoids hot and cold)
terminal 71 pink (water selector switch and hot solenoid)
terminla 72 purple (water selector switch and cold solenoid)
terminal 70 white/blue (water selector switch)

Watch the light blue wires as there are several of them!!

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