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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ritetemp propane log
your pilot assy is clogged, disassemble the pilot assy completely and inspect the orifice. there should be a tiny pinhole in the end of the orifice, clean well with small wire brush and reassemble, don't forget to clean the thermocouple while you have the assy out.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
SOURCE: 96 honda civic lxi overheating.
The car is not overheating if the temp gauge goes up and down by turning the lights on and off. The gauge is giving you bad information. You can confirm this by starting the car from cold, sitting in the driveway, let the temp go to somewhere BEFORE normal operating temp, then turn on headlights and fan blower on high, watch the gauge, then turn them off. If the gauge moves significantly from the electrical load, you probably have a short or a bad ground connection.
You have a short circuit or bad wiring somewhere in the front half of the car. I don't know what thermostat switch you have replaced ... but it's not the problem .. stop buying them.
If you are the original owner, was there an accident that may have damaged some wiring? If you bought the car second hand, get a carfax and find out where the thing was hit ... concentrate your wiring trouble shooting in that area.
I think it is something OTHER than the temperature sending unit or the gauge
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
I suggest you call a qualified service repair man. There are as many ways to connect a heat pump as there are people doing them. Nothing is standard industry wide that has anything to do directly with color codes, so it would be meaningless to go into them here. The terminals may be adapted to standard but but the thermostat manufacturer may not follow any terminal designations.
However you may just have an extra wire touching one of the terminals inside the thermostat. You can check this by removing the cover. Look where the wires attach to the terminal screws on the thermostat. Sometimes a new service person cuts the insulation back too far here or in the outdoor or indoor units and a "whisker" from one wire can touch the other terminals. A whisker is not the normal case try and move it away from another terminal if its is touching there. However, you may have jumpers in place especially if you have W, W1, W2... at any of the 3 sections, meaning the outdoor, indoor and thermostat.
If you can tell me the terminal designations R,Y, W1, W2, E, G, O, (B)... at the thermostat and the color thereon each, then at the indoor unit terminals or wire designations and the color there, then at the outdoor unit and the color thereon each terminal or wire designation there. I might be able to help if the above whisker check you don't find anything.:
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: We have an older model (58SG100251) installed in the attic. With the thermostat set & turned on nothing happens. A new blower motor was installed last year.The t/stat is a ritetemp digital. I,ve c
Possible fan relay is defective, does outside unit come on ?
Posted on May 21, 2009
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