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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: help with split sysytem
I do not suspect the remote, I think it is the return air sensor on the evaporator coil. If you can remove the plastic cover that encloses the coil do so and vacuum the coil and any sensors you may see. I suspect that a technician will have to perform a resistance test on the sensor.
Posted on Aug 30, 2007
Could be a problem with the auto system, could be a bad blend door, could be a clogged heater core. Are both heater hoses hot? If so, you have eliminated the heater core. If not, probably the heater core. You wil need a computer to diagnose the other 2.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
SOURCE: TOO HOT
not sure how you system is set up but it almost sounds like you have a maintain system or a stuck thermostat to stop the heat if you dont make hot water with this boiler turn off the switch on boiler till you can get service person in if you can tell me more about the way your system is set up i could help more.if you want to see if its a problem with thermostat pull red wire from subbase
Posted on May 08, 2009
Your problem is a faulty heater control valve. The design used on these vehicles allows for hot water to flow constantly and compete with the evaporator as there is no blender door. You have to replace the valve and possibly the control head. Meanwhile, you can bypass the valve to have cold air
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
The thermostat had failed to the open position. This engine had the resilient seal with an interior grove instead of a flat gasket. The seal fits around the thermostat flange with the flange seated in the groove. The thermostat/seal drop into the well machined in the block. The top of the seal apparently should protrude above the surface of the block so the thermostat housing will squeeze the seal as the housing is tightened in place.
Here's a potential problem that I found. I bought a Murray 7203-192 failsafe thermostat and 2273 seal from O'Reilly. When I assembled the seal on the thermostat and dropped it in the block the seal did not protrude above the block. I'm going to shop for a taller seal before I finish the installation.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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