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First check the eductor assembly. Top of valve under chrome plate. Pull it out and clean it (after bypassing and depressurizing the system) If that is OK the the brine piston will need to be replaced. There is a rebuild kit for this series valve that is about $120 that includes the refill piston and a retrofit kit. It would be wise to rebuild the valve. See your local culligan dealer RJH2O
Yes, depending! You would have to get an A/C retrofit kit(basically all it is is a couple "adapters" for the old "refill" HIGH, and LOW ports) From R-12 to R-134A (Unless all of this is already done, OR you find someone with R-12 and the right equiptment!) After you get the retrofit kit, you'll need to COMPLETELY flush the system, get new PAG oil, and refrigerant, get a vacuum on your seems, introduce the PAG oil, reinstate vacuum, and add your refridgerant!
If you could find someone with R12, and the equiptment for R12, it MAY be cheaper. and R12 gives a colder A/C
1991 might be an R12 system. If so finding the refrigerant will be near impossible. Federal regulations took it off the market and now an 'ozone friendly" R134a refrigerant is used. You will need to retrofit your system to use this new refrigerant. wal Mart probably doesn't carry the "retrofit" kit. You need to make a trip to your local auto parts store for the kit.
The model number 842-A250-0 does not match any Brinkmann gas grill models in my data base. However, if yours is a standard gas grill, that uses a 20lb LP tank, you can purchase a hose/regulator assembly at any home center or hardware store that sell gas grills and accessories. Make sure to take you old one with for comparison purposes (ie hose length).
Further, if you regulator has GDA on it. It was recalled by Brinkmann during a voluntary Safety Recall. If your regulator hasGDA on it, contact Brinkmann Customer Service (800) 675-5301 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday. They will provide you with a free repair kit. You must provide and accurate Model Number & Serial Number of your grill, to take advantage of this Safety Recall.
Hope this helps you find the hose/regulator assembly you need. Please let me know.
1990 Ford Ranger was equipped with an R-12 system (Unless it has been retrofitted) The low side port for those systems were usually on the suction-side reciever/drier. I have also seen upgraded hose kits installed on some of these vehicles (for retrofitting purposes) where the port is on the hose assembly between the drier and the compressor or even on the compressor manifold itself.
Jeep GrandCherokee SUVs manufactured in or before 1995 use R12 refrigerant. You must
retrofit these SUVs to accept R134 refrigerant using a retrofit kit
available at your local auto parts store before you can recharge the
system. In some areas, a license is required to retrofit an air
conditioning system. If this is the case in your area, take your Jeep
to a professional to retrofit the system.
your SUV to a mechanic to recover the R12 refrigerant out of the air
conditioning system. A license and special equipment are needed to do
this. Because R12 refrigerant is expensive, many mechanics will do the
job for free.
the Low Pressure Side connector port. You will find it on the driver's
side of the engine. Remove the blue or yellow cap marked L. You only
need to retrofit the system if you see a screw-type connector valve. If
you see a quick connect valve, the system already is R134 compatible.
Wipe the connector valve off with a clean towel. This ensures that the
retrofit connector properly adheres to the valve.
the long retrofit connector from the automotive retrofit kit onto the
Low Pressure Side valve. The retrofit connector has a special adhesive
on the threads that will help it adhere to the valve. Screw the
connector onto the valve. Tighten the retrofit connector using an
adjustable wrench. Place the cap provided in the retrofit kit onto the
retrofit connector. This keeps dust out of the system.
the air conditioning lines away from the compressor until you see the
High Pressure Side port valve. This is located near the Low Pressure
Side service port. Remove the red cap and wipe the port off with a
the shorter adapter onto the port. Twist it using an adjustable wrench
until it is securely fastened to the port. Place the red cap from the
retrofit kit onto the adaptor.
out the Retrofit Identification sticker provided in the retrofit kit
using a permanent marker. Remove the protective backing and place it on
the interior side of the hood. This lets future owners and service
professionals know that the system has been retrofitted.
the air conditioning system. See the related eHow titled "How to
Recharge Air Conditioning with Freon in a Jeep Grand Cherokee."
WARINING: Never try to evacuate the system yourself. A license and special
equipment is needed to evacuate the system. Attempting to do this
yourself will release refrigerant into the air, which is a federal
I recommend that you contact LG service support number, with your model number and serial number. Describe to them that your dishes are chronically not drying (not just the plastic items.) If you have ever noticed leaks from the lower, left door panel, mention that too.
Firmly but politely press them to dispatch a repair tech to install the retrofit kit that was developed to solve the drying problems. Over the phone, don't mention the rinse aid. It will only confuse the service folks. (The rinse aid issue will get taken care of during this retrofit.)
Good that it is working. Recommend you keep a lose eye on the vent on the bottom of the door panel. This model will probably begin leaking again if it has not been retrofit with a kit that LG developed.
Please open a new problem when it starts to leak and please provide the Model and serial number when you do. Good Luck!