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That red glow is the defrost heater. Its supposed to do that. It should have defrosted and kicked back into cooling. Here is some extra info Also check fan undernearh Ref in the rear Clean condenser coils underneath If this was helpful please rate me Thanks for using fixya Leo Ponder imufo2 Thank you for using fixya Leo Ponder Please VOTE FOR ME IF THIS WAS HELPFUL. I'm including my article on Refrigerator Repair for your help and convenience.; Please click for article http://www.fixya.com/support/r5816737-fix_refrigerator_psychologically
Tda9380ps /n3/3/1664 using in sharp tv power supply ok ,but no EHT ,the power LED are glowing red light press program key to change green light to return in few miniutes to standby in red light position ,please to help of rectivied this problem and send circuit diagram and IC pin configaration thanking you sir
If your furnace uses an electrical glow element to light the pilot light, the Glow Element will need to be replaced. Glow Elements are general used on 90+ High Efficiency Gas Furnaces.
If it uses a standing pilot light rather than the Electrical Glow Element, you need to manually relight the pilot. Since I can't see your furnace, you will need to locate and read your Owners Manual on how to do this or look in the side or inside the pilot light compartment for instructions on how to light it. Be sure you have stick match or a butane grill lighter with you before you try to light it.
If it's a manual pilot ... if after lighting it, it doesn't hold when turned to the ON position, more thank likely you'll need to have the Thermocouple replaced.
And above all, BE CAREFUL. If you don't feel comfortable lighting a gas furnace, call a professional.
The old 7.3 diesel motors are great when they run, their biggest fault is in the glow plug control relay (passenger side fender well), wiring for the glow plugs (harness) and the glow plugs themselves. If you are sure of wiring harness and the plugs, the relay would be the place to start. Hope this helps, and if you have any more questions please let me know. Thanks, Joey
Hello philkatkiele: My name is Roger and I will help you. First thing you need to check is the glow plugs. They will need tested individually. Un plug all 8 glow plugs. Take a test light and hook end to the positive battery cable. Touch opposite end of test light to the terminal end of the glow plug. The test light should light. Touch all 8 glow plugs. Ant that do not light are bad and will need replaced. If glow plugs are burnt out then the controller will flash wait light to early or very fast. The wait light should be on for approximately 10 seconds.If al glow plugs check ok then I would suspect the glow plug controller as the problem. Also if the temperature out side is below 40 degrees the truck should be plugged in. This will help to make the engine start easier. Should you need further help please just ask.Please rate the answer as this way I know it was helpful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
I had this problem but the red light was on constantly with no response to anything I did. I plugged this into my power adapter and pressed the + and - buttongs at the same time and it reset and started working properly.