Hi, I just came across this post and I just got a GTP-750 and I too notice that it runs extremely warm when left on for a while. And I am suprised that there are no cooling vents OR a fan used...right now I have the top cover open about a 1/4th of the way just to let some circulation happen.
What do you have for a cooling method and the rectifier info would be appreciated in case I need repair on this unit - mine works great still and I am hoping to not have to go through any repair anytime soon due to overheating!
Well ehy do you not put in 2 fans. 1 on the left and 1 on the right. Make the vents and build it in. You can use the standard size PC cooling fan. Just look for a 12 or 15 V supply and make sure to regulate it with an LA7812 Transistor, Very easy circuit. Will give you one if needed.
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Correct, condenser coils remove heat from the freezer compartment, thusly they will be hot. Sounds like the compressor is failing and that is probably giving off a squealing sound and stops running until it stops. Then your compressor will overheat and stop running until the thermal protector cools down and allows it to run again. Try replacing the compressor cooling fan.
Again a similar post as my last. This is normal unless the refrigerator is not cooling properly. There is a pipe that goes around the door that carries hot Freon to keep the doors from sweating where the cold inside meets the warm air outside. This area will become extremely hot should the airflow below the refrigerator become obstructed or the condenser fan below the refrigerator not be working properly APPLIANCE 911
Being it appears from your post the intake gasket was changed (I'm hoping it was the lower intake gasket) then I would suspect the thermostat.
IF the thermostat was changed then another, and pretty common cause can be an 'air lock' in the cooling system.
There should be 2 bleeder valves or screws located on the engine.
One should be on the thermostat housing and the other should be located above the water pump.
There are a couple of different methods of bleeding the air from the system. One is to do it while the engine isn't running, the other is while the engine is running and starting to get warm.
Both methods can work and I've used both.
The method with the engine not running I usually use while I'm refilling the cooling system after I've made repairs.
The method with the engine running is the one I've used if there have been previous repairs done but the engine still overheats or the heater/defroster doesn't put out any heat, even though the temperature gauge says the engine is warm or getting hot.
IF THE ENGINE RUNNING METHOD IS USED CAUTION IS THE WORD OF THE DAY AS THE STEAM AND COOLANT COMING FROM THE BLEEDER(S) CAN BURN YOU!!
Hopefully this video will show you where the bleeders are located.
Hope this helps.
Hi fridges will warm up on the outside as they remove heat from the inside. excessive heat with not extreme cooling inside the fridge indicates a possible degridation of coolant fluid or a leak. as the motor tries to cool the fridge the thermostat inside stays on as the tempreture inside has not been reached. if you hear the motor/ pump continually running this will indicate a cooling problem.
Wrong oil. Check the engine temp and thermo. Make sure oil is compatible with service. eg. your driving style and the weather. Castrol is pretty good oil. I used it in air cooled motocycle engine to solve shifting problem in hot weather. All lifters do not get the same cooling. That one is prob running a bit warm. good luck with that.
Around 2000 was the first year for fuel injection for the GSXR 750. It really isn't a 'choke' in the true sense of the word. It's a device that causes a high idle similar to an 'enrichener circuit' to warm up the bike engine. There should be no damage to the engine by leaving it on for a short ride so I'm thinking there was an unlerlying issue with the bike that the previous owner left undisclosed.
Around 2003 that device was abandoned due to the advancement of technology in fuel injection and was no longer needed.
After typing this response I just noticed the original post date was in 2012 and I'm sure the bike has been either repaired, sold or crashed by now but maybe this answer will be helpful to someone else.....
Heres what you need to do to start with. If you are mechanically inclined, when it stalls, check for spark on the #1 cylinder. If you have no spark there, it is likely the CPS or Crankshaft Position Sensor has gone bad, a common issue, and will need to be replaced.
If you need any further help, there is an online Grand Prix community you can check out at http://www.grandprixforums.net. Sign up there and post up your issue and you will get some more input.
not dangerous, i would recommendvacuuming coils under and behind refrig, make sure the fan behind the unit( cooling for compressor) is running full speed. the water is probably "warmer" then usual because the waterline runs across the bottom of the refrig, which appears to be overheating as it is. this should rectify your issue