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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The unit won't kick on if you have a float switch installed on the unit. The drip pan you are talking about, I think, is the emergency drain pain and you will find it sitting directly below the unit. It will be a big silver pan with pvc piping connected to it. If you turn the switch for the fan to on instead of auto, does the fan kick on? Do you have power to the unit? Have you manually reset the breaker to the unit? Are you getting an error code (flashing light) from the control board? Are there any lights on in the unit? If you can answer some of these questions, I can help you diagnose your unit correctly.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
The sensor is right next to the heater hose outlet on the front passenger side of intake manifold. It is very small with an oval shaped connector going to it. I have the same engine.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
the coolant temp sensor is located: Under hood, driver side, upper engine area, below
valve cover, mounted in cylinder head
Posted on May 05, 2009
Depending on the manufacturer, your solar panels may be replaced under warranty. Our installer says that once the panels begin leaking, they tend to deteriorate fairly rapidly. For example, three leaks the first year, 7 leaks the second year, 30 leaks the third year.
Many solar panels are warrantied against freezing, but that is not likely to be the future of the warranties, because they inevitably DO freeze and leak.
If there are just a few leaks, it is easier to fix them - a Fafco Solar panel repair kit can usually be bought from your installer for about $25.00.
If you turned the pump on to manual to circulate the water through the panels, that should prevent a freeze - but will cost you the electrical cost to run the pump.
Our experience has been that it is better NOT to drain the panels - we had many fewer leaks the years we have not drained the panels, despite occasional hard freezes in our part of California.
In addition, your rooftop installation should help radiate some heat up to the panels to keep them from freezing.
Check your warranty and get the panels replaced if there are more than a few leaks.
Posted on May 07, 2009
open the lower front door, then up on underside of panel are two screws/hex head. Unscrew these two screws and the upper panel will slide down, may need a gentle nudge. Near the middle left your will recognize your pressure switch.....
Posted on May 20, 2009
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