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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1991 overheating Towncar
your pressure cap is used to maintain pressure in cooling system.over flow outlet is to let pressure off radiator when engine overheating.if clutch fan have resistance.its good long as the silicone oil isnt leaking from it.replace your thermostat.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
try powering off your monitor and disconnect the cable at both ends. switch the ends if that doesn't work try another cable.then turn the monitor back on see if the osd menu went away.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
SOURCE: small Rival heater ... 1500
Heh, I just went searching for mine because it was getting cold. The left knob is (from left to right) Hi, Lo, and Fan Only. The right knob goes from Off on the bottom left to Hi on the right. It doesn't click or anything, since it's the one controlling how hot you want it to be.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
According the the Owner's Manual for your Rinnai Convector Heater, there are 8 things, than can cause what you described. Two of which can be discounted, unless you just had the heater installed.
I have provided a link to the Owner's Manual, that you can download and print for future reference. Please pay close attention to Page # 6 -Pre-Service Check List and Fault Finding. Each problem listed has a troubleshooting solution.
Hope this helps you to further troubleshoot and solve the problem. Please let me know. Cheers!
Posted on Jun 17, 2011
When you turn it with the allen wrench, does it move a quarter turn fairly freely, then stop abruptly? If so there is something stuck in there. (Like a hard piece of bone, or glass but probably metal) Have a helper work the allen wrench while you look down in there with a nice bright light. On the other hand, if it moves a quarter turn but is very hard to turn for that quarter turn, then I am afraid you have some kind of fiber (string, fabric, or tendon) wrapped around the shaft where it would be very hard to get to. If that is the case, you might try removing and plugging the drain hose (that goes to the sink trap) and using some drain cleaner and letting it soak for a while --- but that is tricky because you will have to drain it out the hose wearing rubber gloves and full face protection. Good luck, Al K
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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