I replaced my thermostat with a Honeywell and didn't get the wiring quite right. I called them up and rewired, but now, nothing is happening. No fan, nothing. I checked breaker box. Did I fry something
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maybe the thermal fuse. $1.78 today at Radio Shack or
As to the cold air problem, it's most likely broken a wire in the heater coil, which makes it non-functional. This is an easily replaceable part by any Heat Surge repair station. If you care to try it yourself, you'll need a new bi-metal heater, part #30000216, $24.95. A site called TotalVac.com has them for that price. If there are any seriously blackened or charred connections they should be replaced also. The flame not rolling could be a stuck shaft on the little motor that runs the flame rod. If you're careful you can reach up in through the bulb access panel and find the flame rod, I would take the bulbs out or at least unscrew them part way so they are not lit. They get quite hot and if you lay your arm against one it won't feel good. So, after you've unscrewed the bulb nearest the right hand end, reach up in behind the screen and find the flame shaft, work your way over to the right end of it and you should feel the motor connection. Try to turn the shaft while the unit is on and the lights should be running, if it feels like it's trying to run but just can't quite make it, then it could just be dirty. Disassembly to get to it to take it off for replacement or repair is quite lengthy so you might want to have that done by a professional repair shop. I think that motor is about the same cost, right around the $24 area.
Hi,you can try this uninstall the sound card driver,then reboot your computer.When you reboot the computer the operating system will automatically reinstall the sound card driver. This is how to uninstall the driver in windows 7,you didn't say what operating systyem you have so I'm hoping this helps. Click start and open Control Panel by default the window will open in Category view (top right) click the arrow and slect Large icons.Once that is done look on that page for Device Manager and left click. A new window will open called Device Manager,look for Sound,Video and game controlers and left click the arrow,You will see the installed Audio devices,right clicking the listed installed components will give the option to update or uninstall.After you finish uninstalling the driver or drivers reboot your computer windows will auto reinstall any needed drivers.I hope this has helped good luck.
Are you makeing a Pilot chair w/ foot controls? You are right about the wiring conections a blob means they touch, no blob means no touch. You will need wiring like as used in a phone line. Multi strand w/ a sheild. Something like a 24 / 22 gage wire coper stranded not fiber. Try A/c thermostat wiring.
This is not a PC problem
Heating comes on, but sometimes it
gets too hot, sometimes too cold.
Neutral not connected
Check wiring in room thermostat. Look for a
connection to the Neutral terminal (N 2 on
the Honeywell T6060, T6160, and T6360).
Make sure that it is connected (check
If there is no neutral available, replace with a
two-wire thermostat, e.g., CT200, CM61 or
CM67. These will also offer extra energy
savings, (Without a neutral connection, the anticipator within the room thermostat does not work,
so the temperature control reduces from ± ½ºC to ±3ºC. People can feel a six degree
temperature swing. Then, if they try to adjust the room thermostat to overcome the
problem, the temperature swings become even worse.)
I found this on a search:
"I have the full set of instructions, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Not a very reliable system, transmitter keeps resetting to 17:25; locks up. Whole system then requires setting up from scratch. Had a replacement transmitter, no change, and same faults. GJB"
Perhaps this can help.