Question about Heating & Cooling
Could be a thermostat or grounded element not to serius to fix should consider a prfetional unless you are handy with electicity and water
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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May 23, 2014 | Chrysler 2000 Town & Country Limited
Need to know more about the system... zone valves ot pumps....indirect hot water tank or internal coil??
Here is a tip that I wrote that may shed some light on things for you...
In most cases problems with the circulator pump boil down to two problems.
The most common is air in the lines causing an air lock.
The next problem is that the pump gets stuck and is not running even though it may be hot and seem to be running. In this cause the pump can sometimes be taken apart, cleaned and it will work, but usually it needs to be replaced.
Here is a tip that I wrote that will explain circulator pump problems in more detail.
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