Question about Crosley iJuke (CR17) Shelf System

1 Answer

Fluid in bubble tubes

After I turned on the IJuke, the fluid level in the left-hand bubble tube gradually lowered until it disappeared entirely. There is no apparent leak that I can detect anywhere around the unit, and the tube does not look cracked or broken, yet it appears to be empty. I bought it on eBay so the warranty won't apply, but I want to know if anyone else has reported this type of problem & if there is anywhere I can take it to get it fixed

Posted by on

  • 3 more comments 
  • gossmer2 Jan 31, 2008

    I also am having the left fluid tube problem. I have contacted Crosley and will keep you posted on the situation. I hope my contact with their service department isn't indicative of the quality of the product!

  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2008

    I am on my second iuke and have that same problem, the first one burst. I purchased it at toys-r-us. I called crosley and seem do deny it happning. It is all made in china crap !!!!

  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2008

    I have the same problem. I bought the Ijuke for a chirstmas present went home to hook it up and the water in the left tube is gone. No leakes and the tube doesnt seem to be broken. I dont know what to do.

  • chevelle82 Jan 17, 2009

    I have the same problem . Has anyone figured out where to get replacment parts or just a phone number or address to send it to for repair?

  • ftaguy Mar 28, 2009

    same problem left tube emptied after working fine for a week.

    i would like to know where to get replacement tube cheap.

×

Ad

1 Answer

  • Level 1:

    An expert who has achieved level 1.

  • Contributor
  • 1 Answer

The same thing happened to my ijuke the fluid just disappeared. I called crosley three weeks ago the person I talked to said the service department would call me back.I am still waiting...I talked to my sister, she bought an ijuke at target the same day I bought mine. she said that she had her ijuke lights on and the fluid just started squirting out of the top of the tube by the silver medallion and that everywhere the fluid touched it melted the plastic.

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

Ad

1 Suggested Answer

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi there,
Save hours of searching online or wasting money on unnecessary repairs by talking to a 6YA Expert who can help you resolve this issue over the phone in a minute or two.

Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.

Here's a link to this great service

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Ad

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

2 Answers

How to bleed brakes


Supplies you will need:

bottle of brake fluid

small clear container

18" length of 1/4 inch I.D. clear tubing

wrench that fits your bleed screw

another person

Open hood,loosen lid to brake reservoir to be able to monitor fluid level. Removing the tires makes it easier to access bleed screws but not necessary on all vehicles. Start at the caliper farthest from the reservoir, attach tubing onto bleed screw so it is tight fitted on bleed nipple.Put enough brake fluid into clear container and put open end of tubing into fluid, ensure tube stays in fluid throughout entire process as to not suck air into system. Have your assistant sit in car and pump brake pedal three times and hold to floor, then loosen bleed screw just enough to relieve pressure in brake line, the brake pedal will sink right to the floor..this is normal. DO NOT RELEASE BRAKE PEDAL UNTIL BLEED SCREW IS TIGHTENED AGAIN. Repeat this process until clear tube is full of brake fluid and no bubbles come out of caliper. Repeat steps for all calipers. Hope this helps

Apr 05, 2014 | 1995 Nissan Altima

1 Answer

How do I bleed a clutch on a 1997 Jetta 2.0


There could be a YouTube video showing how to do this. If the clutch cylinder is accessible from the outside of the transmission, there will be a bleeder valve. It may have been designed as a tube leading to the outside. Put a piece of clear plastic tubing over the bleeder valve nipple and make sure the master clutch cylinder is filled with recommended brake fluid. Two people will be necessary to push the clutch pedal slowiy to the floor with the valve opened a quarter turn. Watch the fluid being forced out through the tubing. It should come out without any entrapped bubbles. Close the bleeder valve before releasing the pedal so that fluid is drawn into the line. Repeated these two steps until no bubbles are seen in the tubing and at each cycle, make sure the level of brake fluid in the master valve stays full.

Oct 07, 2013 | 1997 Volkswagen Jetta

1 Answer

How to bleed brakes


to bleed brakes is a relatively easy job for two people although it can be done by one without a pressure bleeder.NOTE keep brake fluid levels above minimum at all times during bleeding ( forgot to do it my self on more than one occasion and had to start over, trying to do too much at once) To do by your self you will need the correct ring spanner for bleed nipple, a clear tube that is a tight fit on bleed nipple ( long enough to reach down to floor) and a container with about an inch of brake fluid in it (glass jar will do it, is easier to see fluid level), Starting with the cylinder/caliper at rear furtherts from master cyl (longest brake line from tee piece) place spanner on bleeder then fit tube, placing other end of tube into container below level of fluid,. release master cyl cap/lid (no need to remove completely) undo bleeder half a turn, watch for fluid in clear tube. this should start to flow within 10 to 15 seconds (if bleeder isn't blocked with road grime clean if required), if fluid doesn't flow by it self (it should but) tighten bleeder then release again quarter of a turn, apply foot pressure to brake pedal, hold pressure on pedal till you feel pedal dropping towards the floor (half inch of pedal travel should be enough) ( fluid in container will stop air being drawn into brake lines when you release brake pedal) check clear tube for fluid/bubbles, open bleeder further quarter turn, if fluid has filled clear tube allow fluid to fill container a further eight of an inch, then close off bleeder (make sure no bubbles appear in tube whilst this is happening other wise drain more fluid till only brake fluid is visible in tube ) repeat process on opposite wheel cyl/caliper, then repeat process on front caliper furthest from master cyl , then the caliper closest to master cyl last. If two people are doing the bleeding the same clear tube and container are used,as is the order in which cyl/calipers are bled. One sits in the car and pumps the pedal until it has some resistance under foot (Whilst the pedal is held down) second person releases bleeder, first person keeps pressure on pedal whilst bleeder is released (pedal will travel towards the floor) when pedal has been depressed as far as it will travel second person closes bleeder before, the first person releases pedal and pumps the pedal again repeating the process until no air bubbles appear in clear tube at this cyl/caliper before moving to next cyl/caliper. good communication must be maintained to make this process hassle free

Jun 22, 2012 | 2000 Dodge Caravan

1 Answer

How do you bleed the brake system on 2003 suzki grand yitara 4x4 with abs brakes


The hydraulic brake system must be bled any time one of the brake lines is disconnected or air enters the system. There are two ways to bleed the system; pressure bleeding or manual bleeding. Both procedures will be given here, although pressure bleeding requires the use of some fairly expensive equipment (a pressure tank) and is seldom used. Both methods are equally effective.The correct bleeding sequence is: left front, right front, left rear, and right rear. On master cylinders equipped with a bleeder valve, bleed the master cylinder last.
PRESSURE BLEEDING
  1. Clean the top of the master cylinder, remove the cover, and attach the pressure bleeding adapter.
  2. The spring-loaded plunger on the front of the proportioning valve must be depressed while bleeding. Wire or tape can be wrapped around the valve to hold the plunger in.
  3. Check the pressure bleeder reservoir for correct pressure 20-29 psi (137-206 kPa) and fluid level, then open the release valve.
  4. Fasten a bleeder hose to the wheel cylinder or caliper bleeder nipple and submerge the free end of the hose in a transparent receptacle. The receptacle should contain enough brake fluid to cover the open end of the hose.
  5. Open the wheel cylinder or caliper bleeder nipple and allow the fluid to flow until all bubbles disappear and an uncontaminated flow exists.
  6. Close the nipple, remove the bleeder hose and repeat the procedure on the other wheel cylinders according to the sequence.


MANUAL BLEEDING(see Figures 1, 2 and 3)An alternative to the pressure method of bleeding requires two people to perform; one to depress the brake pedal and the other to open the bleeder nipples.
  1. Clean the top of the master cylinder, and then remove the cover and fill the reservoir with clean brake fluid.
  2. To prevent squirting fluid replace the cover.
  3. The spring-loaded plunger on the front of the proportioning valve must be depressed while bleeding. Wire or tape can be wrapped around the valve to hold the plunger in.
  4. Install a box end wrench on the left front bleeder screw.
  5. Attach a length of small diameter, clear vinyl tubing to the bleeder screw. Submerge the other end of the rubber tubing in a glass jar partially filled with clean brake fluid. Make sure the rubber tube fits on the bleeder screw snugly or you may be squirted with brake fluid when the bleeder screw is opened.
  6. Have your friend slowly depress the brake pedal. As this is done, open the bleeder screw half a turn and allow the fluid to run through the tube. Close the bleeder screw, then return the brake pedal to its fully released position.
  7. Repeat this procedure until no bubbles appear in the jar. Refill the master cylinder.
  8. Frequently check the master cylinder level during this procedure. If the reservoir runs dry, air will enter the system and the bleeding will have to be repeated.

Hope helps.

Sep 29, 2011 | 2000 Suzuki Grand Vitara

1 Answer

How to change vane pump o/h kit


FIRST OF ALL TURN OFF RADIO REMOVE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE. THEN REMOVE POWER STEERING PUMP FLUID FROM POWER STEERING PUMP.USING A HAND PUMP SIPHON. BE CAREFUL DONT GET POWER STEERING FLUID ON CAR PAINT IT WILL DAMAGE PAINT JOB.PUT A DRAIN PAN UNDERNEATH CAR TO CATCH POWER STEERING FLUID THEN DISCONNECT POWER STEERING PUMP LINES.REMOVE POWER STEERING PUMP ADJUSTER BOLT AND MOUNTING BOLT.REMOVE POWER STEERING PUMP.MOST OF THE TIME NEW POWER STEERING PUMP DONT HAVE DRIVE PULLEY ON IT SO TAKE TO A MACHINE SHOP THE WILL REMOVE PULLEY FROM OLD PUMP AND PRESS ON THE PULLEY TO NEW POWER STEERING PUMP.BESURE TO BUY NEW O RINGS TO END OF PRESSURE LINE.ONCE NEW POWER STEERING PUMP HAS PULLEY IN PLACE AND YOU HAVE NEW O RING FOR HIGH PRESSURE LINE.INSTALL NEW PUMP.ADJUST BELT TENSION.NOW BLEED POWER STEERING PUMP WITH FRONT WHEELS POINT STRAIGHT A HEAD POSITION.POUR POWER STEERING FLUID IN PUMP UNTIL FLUID LEVEL ON COLD MARK ON POWER STEERING PUMP DIP STICK.KEEP ADDING FLUID UNTIL FLUID STOP DROPPING. START THE ENGINE LET IT RUN AT IDLE ADD MORE FLUID IF DROPS KEEP FLUID ON FULL COLD MARK.ON DIP STICK TURN OFF ENGINE.CHECK TO MAKE SURE POWER STEERING PUMP NOT LEAKING AT THE LINES THEN.SAFELY RAISE SUPPORT FRONT OF THE VECHICLE WITH JACK STANDS. MAKE SURE VECHICLE ON SOLID LEVEL GROUND CHECK.FLUID LEVEL MAKE SURE AT FULL COLD MARK. NOW START ENGINE.LET IDLE MINUTE.THEN TURN STEERING WHEEL ALL THE WAY TO THE LEFT TO RIGHT SEVERAL TIMES WITH OUT STOPPING IT IN PLACE. CHECK POWER STEERING FLUID WHEN FLUID LEVEL STOP DROPPING.AND FLUID IS NOT A TAN COLOR WHICH MEAN LOTS OF AIR IN SYSTEM. TURN OFF CAR UNTIL AIR BUBBLES DISAPPEAR.CHECK FLUID LEVEL BLEED POWER STEERING AGAIN. DONT DRIVE VECHICLE UNTIL STEERING FEEL NORMAL.IF FLUID REMAIN TAN WITH AIR BUBBLES CHECK FOR LEAKS AT POWER STEERING PUMP PRESSURE HOSE ORING. AND CHECK POWER STEERING LINES TO PUMP FOR LEAKS.

Mar 07, 2011 | 2000 Honda Civic

1 Answer

How to replace a master brake cylinder on a 1989 oldsmobile 88 delta


First thing you need to do is bench bleed the new master cylinder.new master should have come with 2 plastic tubes and fittings.screw fittings into new master,fix tubes to fittings other end in to top of master where fluid goes.fill with fluid make sure the tubes are submergered in brake fluid for entire process.take a screwdriver and press plunger in rear of master.use short slow strokes to start you will see air bubbles in resovoir.slowly increase length of stoke watchin resovoir till no mome bubbles.now ready to install.Remove failed master,(loosen lines befofe removing mounting bolts)remove lines last.reinstall new master then remove bleeding tubes last install and tighten lines.Fill fluid replace lid,have a helper sit in car,loosen lines about half a turn.Have helper depress brake pedal slowly and hold down pedal untill lines tightened.when tight release pedal and repeat 5/6 times.fluid should come out of lines without any air when bled propperly.if failed master did not run out of fluid uyou should be finished.if pedal still soft/mushy will have to bleed a wheels also.use same proceedure but openening bleed screws not lines.may take many times to get rid of all air,you can see and hear the air exiting bleeders.keep an eye on fluid level while bleeding if u run out you are starting again

Jan 24, 2011 | Oldsmobile 88 Cars & Trucks

1 Answer

What are the specs for fork oil in a 99 YZ 125


Use a good quality 5Wt suspension oil (or 7Wt if you want more dampening but this will make it a little more stiff through the small stuff). With the springs removed, fill the forks to the top, cycle the damper rod up and down until it has consistant and firm resistance, top the fluid off to the top, lift the outer tube up about 6" then set it back down, top off, then let it sit until you see no more bubbles. Stroke the damper rod again to ensure there is no air and then **** out fluid until your level is between 110 and 150MM in each tube. Make sure each tube is filled to the same level. One quart per fork is enough to do the job but you might need three quarts to have both filled prior to sucking the excess back out. I usually start with three bottles.

For a firmer feel, use more oil (110MM). For a softer feel, use less fluid (150MM). This is measured from the top of each tube to the level of the oil. Just use a piece of clear tubing and an irrigation syringe - you can get one from a local animal vet. Just mark the tubing with a sharpie at the level you desire.

My standard setting was 135MM from the top using 7Wt oil. I am 160lbs and a mid pack A class rider using essentially stock valving with stock springs.

Jan 25, 2010 | Yamaha YZ 125 Motorcycles

1 Answer

How to bleed brakes


Clean the outside of the master cylinder reservoir so as to keep dirt out of all fluid.
Use a new, previously unopened bottle of the correct fluid (DOT 3, perhaps).
Open the seservoir, starting with the right rear, attach a suitable tube to the bleed screw, place the other end of the tube in a stable one quart jar below the level of the hub. Loosen the bleed screw (added tube attached) one half turn and allow gravity to move fluid from reservoir through the system watching two things: ceasation of bubbles in fluid exiting the bleed tube and that the reservoir never be allowed to run dry. Close the bleed screw, remove the bleed tube.
Repeat for left rear, right front and left front.
Check that firm high brake pedal is obtained prior to test driving.
Be ceratin that the brakes function before moving the vehicle.
Be careful with brake fluid, it will damage many surfaces and finishes. It does absorb moisture so keep it dry (no rain exposure). Dispose of old/unused fluid properly.

Jul 07, 2009 | 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe

3 Answers

Clutch bleed on a Suzuki 1400 Intruder 2000


One the left-hand side of the bike (facing forward), there is cover plate just ahead of the drive shaft. Remove that cover (mine has 8mm bolts). The bleeder valve is under this cover. Go to an auto parts store and get a "one man bleeder kit" or if you have some plastic tubing that will fit over the valve, you can use that and a clean jar. Follow the instructions on the bleeder kit, or if you're using the jar and tubing, fill the jar about a quarter of the way with break fluid (use DOT4, but never DOT5!). Take the cover off the master cylinder up at the handlebars, place the tube over the end of the bleed valve (after loosening it a turn or two. Place the other end of the tube down in the break fluid in the jar. Work the clutch lever until you stop getting bubbles in the jar. Be sure to keep the fluid level up in the reservoir. Tighten the bleeder valve, remove the tubing, top off the fluid and replace the covers.

Be careful not to get brake fluid on anything. It will eat paint and mess up other things.

Dec 02, 2008 | 2000 Suzuki VS 1400 Intruder

1 Answer

Braking


Most likely you have air in your brake lines. You must bleed the air out of them. Hook small clear tube to brake bleeding nipple, the other end of the tube into a clear container filled with enough brake fluid to cover end of tube. Fill brake fluid reservior. Loosen lock nut and cinch hand tight. Start car, press brake pedal. While someone holds brake pedal depressed, open lock nut. If you are doing it right, you will see brake fluid in the tube. Tighten lock nut. Have person release pedal then press pedal again. Loosen nut and watch for bubbles. Continue pressing pedal and loosening/tightening nut until there are no more bubbles seen in the tube. Also check brake fluid reservior to make sure it is full. As more air is bled out of the brake system, your reservior level will go down. Do rear brakes first then move to front. If it continues to happen, you have a leak in your brake system.

Oct 21, 2008 | Car Audio & Video

Not finding what you are looking for?
Crosley iJuke (CR17) Shelf System Logo

Related Topics:

329 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Crosley Audio Players & Recorders Experts

 Grubhead
Grubhead

Level 3 Expert

5554 Answers

Morne Olivier

Level 2 Expert

257 Answers

The Knight
The Knight

Level 3 Expert

75846 Answers

Are you a Crosley Audio Player and Recorder Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...