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Why isn't my filter circulating water?, will not **** in water or blow out

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Sounds like air lock
turn filter off
unscrew bleeder cap completely at top of cartridge
when water comes out screw cap in half way
turn on filter and let run for 30 seconds
now tighten cap

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The thermostat is a variable valve that controls the flow of the water to a set temperature. The temperature switch is a sensor that will switch the fan/fans on if the temperature rises above a set temperature.
Answer for question 2: The bubbles that you see coming from the radiator could be cavitation bubbles. A more worrying aspect is that they could also be a sign of a bad head gasket.
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There are 3 keys to a clean swimming pool; filtration, circulation and chemistry. Any one of these keys will soon cause the pool to be dirty. Filtration requires a filter that allows enough flow and catches any particles in the water. Circulation means enough water is circulating. Chemistry is having the chemicals to the right levels in the pool. The most important component to accomplish these keys is the pump. If the pump doesn't work then the filter doesn't work, the water is not circulating and since chlorine feeders need circulation to deliver enough chlorine to the pool.

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My Refrigerator makes ice but doesn't dispense water


The water reservoir is probably frozen. Remove the drawer second from the bottom and place a hair dryer on the shelf blowing on the coil of water line referred to as the water tank/reservoir. Let it blow hot air on it for 10 to 15 minutes. Try the water dispense. If the water flow is restored, set the fresh food section one setting COLDER to increase air circulation. Set the freezer to one setting to one setting warmer to circulate air that is a bit warmer. This corrects 90% of the issues related to water dispense.
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Here is the water valve to order in case it is faulty.



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I have a dual zone heating system that has 2 Taco 007-F5 cartridge circulator pumps. Both thermostats are calling for heat, however the pump that feeds upstairs is running and getting hot, but the hot...


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2001 lincoln ls v6 engine overheats when air condition is on?


replace your thermostat and check the waterpump. The ac "pulls" heat out of the air in the car thereby making it cooler, at the expense of making your coolant heat up even quicker than normal. Try this to see what's going on.. Open the radiator cap, start the engine and wait until the car gets up to operating temperature. You should be able to see the water circulating through the radiator...if the fan comes on, and the water isn't moving, then replace the thermostat. If it still isn't moving after that, the water pump may be no good. Id bet on the thermostat. They're cheap and need to be replaced every so often. If the water is circulating and the fan never turns on, then you check the fan motor, relay, etc. There is also a temperature sensor located somewhere next to the thermostat. It's rare to have to replace that, but if it's faulty, then the fan won't turn on and thus overheating occurs. I am assuming here that if you drove your car up a hill without the ac on, it will overheat or get hotter than normal...So....go test your circulation first and let me know what you find. Oh yeah, when you do the circulation test, turn your heater in the car on full blast too...does it get hot inside the car?

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check to see if the fan is blowing across the condenser. there should be warm air blowing out the back. if there isn't, the fan may need to be replaced so the heat exchanger can cool down. may be running too hot. also check the condenser in the front to see if the air flow is blocked with dust. if so, change the filter if it has one. if there is cool air blowing, the compressor may not be turning on.

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Heater will not blow out hot air in my 1988 ford F250. Thermostat and hoses are all good. Is there a sensor that may be causing the problem and where is it located?


Hello! There isn't a sensor that would disallow heated water to circulate through the heater core...If the temperature gauge rises to normal...And the upper radiator hose is hot along with the lower hose ...I can conclude water is circulating through the block...Question then becomes; Is it circulating through the heater core? And the answer to that is, I don't think so...With the heater control turned on high feel the outlet heater core hose (facing engine it's the one on the left) if it feels cold or not as hot as the inlet then one of two items are at fault...#1...The Plenum assembly, which the heater core sets in has an open vacuum line...#2...The heat control valve cable or the valve itself is not opening...See picture of valve below...It is on the firewall...Let me know if heat is passing through the heater core...If hot water isn't passing through the core and the valve is opening than the core itself is blocked...send a comment...Guru...Saailer

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My carkeeps overheating all the sensors were checked and they are okay. The fan pump is working fine and the thermostat and water pump are new. Water does not appear to circulate?


Hi, well most likely this is the water pump? This is the commonest thing if the water isn't circulating. The pump will have to be replaced.

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What does it mean when F 14 is displayed in the window?


F14 - "level/pressure switch failure." The level switch monitors the dishwasher's water pressure, as it circulates, which is especially critical, during the heating cycle (main wash). Level switch failure can commonly happen from poor circulation, or from the defective level switch, itself. The most common reason for poor circulation is low water fill level. In other words, during the water intake cycle, insufficient water came into the dishwasher. Observe if enough water did come into the dishwasher, Check the water level, by using the filter's handle (located on the floor, of the inside of the dishwasher) as a reference point. At the end of the water fill stage, the water level should be just underneath the filter's handle. If the water level is more than half an inch, below the filter's handle... then that could be a problem. The sympton would be a noisy, sluggish, whooshing sound of water, during circulation - It wouldn't be the same old quiet Miele dishwasher you knew.

If you have the low water fill problem, then look at the dishwasher's water intake hose. Miele call this their Waterproof System hose (WPS). It's a water hose with an integrated electric valve. First, shut your water valve that connects to this WPS; disconnect the WPS from your valve; look inside the end of the WPS. With a needle nose plier, remove the rubber seal, filter and the water restrictor; clean them of any possible debris; put all the parts back into the WPS, securely; reconnect the hose; open your water valve; and test the dishwasher. If the problem persists, then the WPS will need to be replaced (WPS~$170).

Other causes for F14, can be weak circulation from foreign item(s) (plastic wrapping, broken glass, etc,...) lodged inside circulation pump impeller, or no circulation, at all (circulation pump stuck). Of couse, the defective level switch, itself, can cause the F14, too. The least common causes for the F14 can be broken wires to and from, level switch and electronic unit, and a defective electronic unit.

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