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PS403162 oven or boiler will not start/heat where

PS403162 oven or boiler will not start/heat where do I find the part today. wife has a huge hunk of ribs to slow cook

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SOURCE: error codes e2 and f3

F3 is an open or shorted oven temperature sensor, you will have to replace this and it should be attached near one of the elements but you will have to pull it out through the back.

E2 is, sorry to say, a possible ERC or Electric Range Control, otherwise known as the brain behind it. But on the plus side, sometimes it gives this code intermittently when it can't process the information from a failed sensor, so you might get lucky.

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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SOURCE: I cannot turn top oven off from bake. How do I make it work?

have the same problem with kitchen aid stove. Set the cook duration for one minute - then open and closed door. Oven turned off.

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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SOURCE: kgrc707 oven not working

it may hav over heated and caused the one time safty on back of oven to trip . replace safty and it should work . ps some times if it has a cooling fan the fan may have quit causing this problem . when the saftey failes look for the cause .. it will do it again . and the safty is about 30 .00 .. mm

Posted on Dec 24, 2009

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Ran out of oil, when refilled managed to get heating working but oven not


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Dec 21, 2015 | Ovens

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Hot Water Steam Efficiency Plus Comfort


Steam heat is a great warm, wonderful, and absolutely fabulous way to heat your house. Steam heat is almost always created from water in a boiler fueled by gas, oil or electricity. It then passes through pipes and radiators or convectors to heat your home. A steam heating system uses steam that is generated from a boiler. When the water boils, the steam rises through the pipes and into the radiators to heat them. The hot radiators then heat your home.

Steam is a great heat distribution medium because it moves easily through your system and it has an extremely high heat-holding capacity. The heat-holding capacity of steam is much greater than that of water. Steam heating systems often operate at very low pressures and usually under 220°F. Steam heat is usually distributed by either one or two pipe systems. In a case of a one-pipe steam heating system, a single main serves the dual purpose of supplying steam to the heat exchanger and allowing condensate to run back from the radiators also. A two-pipe system has two connections from each heat exchanger or radiator. In this system, steam and condensate flow in separate piping from each other. With a steam system all pipes must be well insulated and you must use pipe insulation rated for steam piping. If the insulation is removed the system will no longer work as designed. Noise and all sorts of problems will come from uninsulated piping.

When you have radiators on upper floors or radiators that are further from the boiler they should be adjusted to release more air to compensate for the increased air volume in the piping due to the distance from the boiler. If you have a valve that is clogged with mineral deposits or stuck shut, no air will be able to get out of the piping. Because of this no steam can enter the radiator, so it doesn't heat up. This will block the movement of steam into the radiator, or cause a very noisy hammering as pressurized steam tries to get through this water "dam".

Steam radiators need to have a valve that allows air to escape at a controlled rate so that the radiator can heat up. Steam heating systems will also lose a little bit of water all the time, so there has to be water makeup so that you do not run your boiler dry. Steam heating systems without an automatic water feeder are not safe. You will risk serious boiler damage should boiler water be lost. If the boiler runs dry it could also explode if water is placed into it while it is hot. There should always be a low water cutoff installed on every steam system. Therefore on a steam boiler the automatic water feeder serves as a safety device also.

It is very important that you find someone that is very familiar with steam heating systems when repairing or installing steam heating. Incorrectly designed, installed, steam systems and condensate piping is a huge problem in today's buildings and facilities. There are not many qualified to design and install properly operating steam heating systems. Incorrect steam piping will always cause costly premature failure of steam equipment such as steam coils, heat exchangers, and control valves. Not to mention the higher cost of operating a system that is not working efficiently.
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on Dec 29, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Gas Boiler Condensing Best Features


Condensing boilers are the most efficient way to heat that there is today. The BTU’s that they wring out of the fuel put into them is the best of anything available today. Not only do they burn their fuel very well, they also have technologies built into them to help give then the highest efficiency possible on any given day.

Condensing gas boilers have been on the market for about twenty years now. The early boilers were noisy and very heavy. Today’s condensing boilers are not even remotely the same as their predecessors. There have been many improvements that make these boilers lighter, safer, and more reliable than ever.

Many of today’s condensing gas boilers are controlled by a computerized control that gives many options and features to customize your boiler to the type of system that it is being installed in. Not only does the control monitor the boiler, but it can be setup to control the whole heating system as well. This gives the added benefit of fewer controls and the saving of space. Circulator pumps, mixing controls, and injection pumps can all be controlled by the boiler control.

These technologies are things like sensors to make sure that they are running at the highest combustion efficiency possible or they will shut down. Outdoor reset controls will vary the water temperatures to make sure that the water temperature is only being heated as hot as is needed to make your house warm at any given outdoor temperature.
Sensors also monitor the supply and return water temperatures constantly to shut down the boiler if the boiler senses any unsafe conditions.
These boilers are so good that even if you fire the boiler before filling it with water, the boiler will shut off before it is damaged.

When looking at the boilers on the market today take into consideration all of the benefits of that the newer high efficiency boiler have to offer. High efficiency is really great, but there is so much more to them. The ease of installation because of the light weight of new condensing technology, the versatility of the controls that are incorporated into these boilers, and the outdoor reset technology that will save you fuel and make you much more comfortable.

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on Dec 24, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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What material is usually used to transfer heat around central heating systems?


Water. Water is a good conductor of heat. The boiler heats the water, a pump circulates it around the system and through the radiators where it loses heat. Cooler water returns to the boiler for re-heating.
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Jun 16, 2015 | Microwave Ovens

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Gas Condensing Boiler High Efficiency Heating



Ultra high efficiency boilers have become one of the best buys in home heating. These high efficiency boilers have changed dramatically from the first pulse boilers that I had the privilege of installing twenty years ago. Today’s condensing boilers are much more reliable and will not shake and rattle the windows of your house like those old beasts did.

If you are looking to purchase or install a new boiler for your new or existing heating system then you need to look a condensing boiler to heat your home with. In the past twenty years the condensing gas boiler has evolved to be a reliable, very efficient way to heat your home.

Radiant heating systems with the right design feature can easily heat your home at temperatures that use just warm water. At these temperatures the water is pulling the exhaust temperature of the boiler to very low points. This gives you extremely efficient boiler operation.
The boilers of today are made to operate continually at temperatures of 100F or less. At these temperatures it is not uncommon to have the combustion analyzer give me readings of 98-99 % efficiency. To get these types of readings and still heat your home the heating system has to be designed to work at these temperatures.

The right condensing gas boiler coupled with the right heat transfer system to get the heat into your home the right way will give you the most efficient heating system possible with today’s technologies.

Do a bit of research and find a heating contractor that knows exactly how to install a condensing boiler with a radiant heating system properly. For your radiant heating system to perform well at these temperatures, your boiler will need to be installed in exactly the right way. There is not a lot of room for error when designing very high efficiency heating systems. To wring every BTU of heat out of the fuel that is being burnt means that you are also on the ragged edge of supplying just enough heat to the building to over come the heat loss of the building at any given time.
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on Dec 24, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Vokera boiler problems


Check internal fuse un main circut board

Sep 29, 2013 | Water Heaters

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SilviaWhen running wster thru group head to warm up machine, noticed foamy-smelly water. Ran more - now have almost black water with tiny black specs.?


You have huge corrosion and scale in the boiler. Your heating element will be fried soon. Boiler must be opened up and cleaned, element may be salvageable. USE ONLY BOTTLED WATER NEVER EVER TAP.
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Jan 23, 2011 | Rancilio Silvia Espresso Machine

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Oven does not heat. Broiler and stove work. NO gas smell.


could be the oven thermostat, get a plumber/heating engineer out, but make sure you can trust him, cause he could try and say u need a new cooker when it MIGHT only be a new oven thermostat.

Feb 02, 2009 | GE Ovens

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