Question about Abernook Pasquini Livia 90 Semi Automatic
I have a problem with the unit developing too much pressure. I was sent a "fix" rewire kit adding a capacitor and instructions (vague at best).
It is Livia Tech Notice # hs605 if that helps.
I followed the instructions and am reasonably sure of the capacitor addition under the relay. The instructions do not address where the leads attach that were changed and carefully routed to the relay from the presurstat.
I arbitrarily (by some thought process) attached them to the other two leads on the bottom of the relay. This resulted in everything lighting and the pump filling the heating chamber but no heat, thus no pressure eh?
Can you tell me where the two new leads attach?
I got hold of Pasquini directly and they most graciously talked me through it, admitting the instructions assumed more knowledge than average. In other words it was a polite way to tell me not to quit MY day job!
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
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