Please do not take that risk take it to near Nikon Dealer to do it. it is an expensive body I have see many people ruined their cameras. if you really want to take that risk do not use power blower use manual blower.
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Low suction is either a clogged pipeline (very rare), a broken or open inlet valve in the system, a clogged hose or wand system, a clogged washable filter, the small screen behind the filter when removed needs cleaned, or the motor itself. Would need more detailed info. to pinpoint but hope it helped!
Three areas that can cause low flow
1) the intake on the pool, if you are using the pool sweep basket feature, then undo the connection at the pool wall and you will find that the wall filter is plugs with fin bug particles that can not make it past the wall screen. Clean and replace the hose to the wall.
2) the filter is clogged and dirty, clean the filter clean the filter compartment and replace,
3) you have an air leak allowing air to enter the pump system causing air to restrict the flow of water. Check the hose connection for leakage, check to make sure the bleeder valves are not loose or over tightened, as both will cause an air leak.
P0103 HYUNDAI - Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit High InputPossible causes- Dirty mass air flow sensor - Dirty mass air filter - Mass air flow sensor harness is open or shorted - Mass air flow sensor electrical circuit poor connection - Intake air leaks - Faulty mass air flow sensor Tech notesBefore replacing the mass air flow sensor, try replacing the air filter and cleaning the air flow sensor with low compress air or mass air flow sensor cleaner. Reset code and drive vehicle. If the code comes back, it may be necessary to replaced the mass air flow sensor. P0112 HYUNDAI - Intake Air Temperature Sensor 1 Circuit Low InputPossible causes- Dirty air filter - Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor harness is open or shorted - Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor electrical circuit poor connection - Faulty intake air temperature sensor When is the code detected?An excessively low voltage from the sensor is sent to ECM.
the reason for the coil (behind the filter) to freeze up is 'low air flow' over the coil, which is usually caused by a dirty filter AND/OR the coil itself.
Be sure the coil is clean and not clogged up. Shine a flashlight into the fins and be sure it's clean.
If it is clean then you need to look at the fan motor. Is it blowing correctly? Is it cutting off at times?
Low air flow across the coil is the main problem with coils freezing up, although less likely is a 'low refrigerant charge.'
I would make sure the coil was clean and the motor was blowing air across it in the proper manner.
When you cleaned the filter did you notice any oil in it?
If you did then you also have oil in your carburetor. You should remove it and clean it well with carb cleaner from your local parts store. It it located right behind the filter box and should come off with just a couple bolts.
Make sure you take off the bulb and the small float valve and clean them as well, that is most likely where your problem is.
Before you replace the Mass Air Flow sensor, try removing it, and cleaning it with commercially available 'brake cleaner', which comes in a spray can.
Normally, a dirty air filter will allow sub-micron sized particles to pass thru, and congregate on the MAF. This changes the air flow readings. The MAF is located in the tube between the air filter box and the intake manifold. Unplug the wire connecor, remove the sensor, spray it until it is clean inside (do not use compressed air; that will damage it), and the reinstall it. After a short drive, the computer should start reading the correct air flow values.
If yu wanted to buy one, you can spend about 250.00.
low freon charge or your inside evap coils are dirty,,,check yourevap filter and replace if its dirty..also check your evaporater coils to see if its dirty,,,,,,,if its dirty you will need to flush and clean it...with coil cleaner and water......if all is clean and evap has good air flow..........your freon charge might be low......check your pressures hi and low.........hi side should be around 220 to 250 psi and low side should be 68 to 74 depends on the outdoor temp and indoor temps............have a certified hvac tech check the pressures.............
high side line is the small copper line
low side line is the bigger copper line............
there may be some dust particles on your low pass filter .To check this have a fully charged battery in your camera .switch on the mirror lock up to on from the menu exit menu and press the shutter now remove the lens and inspect and blow any dust on the low pass filter with a blower brush donot attempt to clean yourself with cotton or any cloth as it may damage that low pass filter reattatch the lens and shoot .Hope this might solve your problem if not have your camera's ccd checked for any dust on it by a professional.
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