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Either the inlet boosting power is failing or the inlet point or the transfer way is blocked.

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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My Whirlpool Duet washer is making a loud squealing noise when filling with cold water, and/or the water is reduced to barely a trickle. It does not make the noise/reduce cold water flow every time.


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Are you using the same water supply as before when you had good pressure? Some house water lines have pressure reducers to protect your pipes and appliances. This can restrict the water flow and reduce the pressure the machine develops. If the flow surges (good, then weak, then good etc) you are not getting enough water to the pump. Try a larger diameter garden hose (5/8"). If you know where your water line enters the house, try the hose bib closest to it. Often times it is at street pressure instead of (reduced) house pressure.

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Hayward 100 pool heater shaking


Not enough water flow!
Either a
  • bypass valve is open all the way, and reducing water flow into heater
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  • Blockage of some sort reducing water flow, in circulation line

When something like the above is present, the minimal water flow, gets super heated really fast when heater is on and firing! So hot in fact, that the water turns to Steam Instantly!
and the steam is a very Volatile substance! Remember? It was once used to move Locomotives!
get this fixed asap!
call a pool / spa professional for assistance in evaluating your next step.

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This indicates a reduced supply of water to the heater. Check water flow through the tap has not been reduced If so, check filter area

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Shower has a reduced flow of hot water.


Im not familiar with the combi boiler system but on must types of HW systems there is a small tap valve situated toward the top in the pipework.

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Water flow to ice maker has been reduced to


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Pull the line off at the icemaker and check for a filter at the inlet...often **** builds up there and stops off the water...
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When i turn on the cold water to adjust the temperature of water - the hot water turns completly off. I cannot turn on the cold water at all. It is either all hot water or all cold.


It might be a question of inadequate flow. All tankless water heaters have a minimum flow rate that must be met, typically .5-.9 gpm, before the heater will operate. In the summer time the incoming ground water temperature is higher, causing you to mix more cold water and less hot water to get a lukewarm temperature. This can reduce your flow rate near or below the minimum flow rate.
Here's a test for you, try running running a sink while taking your next shower. If the hot water remains mostly constant throughout, then your problem is with flow at the showerhead. The flow at a shower head can be reduced by buildup of scale and sediment. Also all showerheads have a flow restrictor that limits flow to 2.5gpm (some even less). Removing the restrictor will increase the showerhead flow rate as well.
Also look for any error code displayed on the digital read out of the heater. Some heaters will flash on their burner indicate light as well.

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Too much water running through to humidifier


With the Honeywell he220, you will use alot of water, trying to turn down the water will only reduce your amount of humidity in the home, you may be able to adjust it a little but you need to take the cover off and reduce the water flow a little at a time watching the water as it flows across the pad, you just have to make sure the humidifier pad is getting plenty of water across it, to little and you lose your humidification, hope that was helpful to ya, thanks for your question,
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