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Very strange problem for an air conditioner. I think you've posted this is the wrong category.

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Local arcticpro repair


The blue snowflake is for the AC. The 3 fan icons are for low, medium, and high settings. The icon with the cup with over flowing water means empty the water tank. The cup next to the snow flake is the dehumidifier. The cup next to that means tank is empty and the clock is the timer. If the front part is only blowing out hot or warm air I say you got a broken one unfortunately. The back part blows out hot air which is why there is an exhost hose attachment.
You can get the owner's manual here: Arctic Pro 9 000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner FEA4320A Scroll down the page to see the link for the owner's manual.

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Re: Bosch Highflow Water Heater - model YS2433R. Hot water runs for 1-2 mintues and then turns cold. Burners turn off. Display flashes "14" (error?). Started when winter set in. Ph. 64 4 5666948


hi there,

have you gone checking the unit... first check the thermostat switch, and also the fan blower fuse/resistor.. It could be one of those is not functioning well now...

Let me know...

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We have an rinnia infinity 26 instant gas hot water system which has just recently installed (2months ago). It started working fine but started to produce hot water for five minutes until today it has...


This is operated by a flow switch, when you open a hot water faucet it turns on. There is a small filter in the cold water inlet on the Rinnai located just below the cabinet on the cold water line. It will unscrew and you can clean it out after you shut off the water to the unit. Make sure there is flow through the cold water line and out the hot water line. If that gets you nowhere, you will need to connect an MC control to the unit to get the error codes. Make sure you have flow through the unit and the gas is turned on to it. You will be able to hear it trying to start as an assistant turns on the hot water while you are in front of the unit and cover off. Look through the small viewing port for any spark or flame and see if it stays on or quickly goes out. You can remove the ingiter flame rod assembly and clean off any debris stuck to it with a soft brush. Not much you can do to it. It's like a newer car, you will need a technician with proper tools and experience with these units to be able to repair it. Your installer should cover this under their warranty and any parts needed will be under Rinnai warranty.

Feb 18, 2011 | Air Conditioners

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Water not hot enough, have to open more than one hot water faucet to get hot water


The Dip Tube "The dip what?" you might say. In every water heater, there is a plastic tube parked in the cold port that brings cold water to the bottom of the tank to be heated -- and preventing it from mixing with already-heated water in the top of the tank.
If that falls into the tank or splits or breaks, then cold mixes with hot and suddenly your water heater doesn't work nearly as well as before.
There's a ton of Americans out there who know all about this because of a debacle a few years ago. The company that makes most of the dip tubes in this country changed its formula for the plastic. The new plastic was prone to disintegrate in certain conditions. The operative time period was August 1993 to March 1996. Aside from gradually or suddenly having much less hot water, the telltale was finding bits of plastic clogging faucet aerators.
There was a scandal, class-action suit, and settlement. But the terms of that expired several years ago, so if you find you have the problem, all you can do is try to deal with it. Even after replacing the dip tube and flushing the tank, you might still find plastic bits for awhile. But at least the water will again be hot.
Debacles aside, you should also be aware that even good plastic will eventually become brittle with age and hot water. We've found dip tubes in old water heaters that were split and broken. It's entirely possible for a water heater to outlive its dip tube. Simply replacing this inexpensive part can restore your tank's function to new and save you the cost of a new heater. So think about that before you run out and buy a new one if you experience this problem.
You may also want to flush out any built sediment. Check this out.

http://www.waterheaterrescue.com/pages/WHRpages/English/OrderPages/XCart/Sediment-Control-Flush-Kit.html

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I have a 1998 cadillac deville the ac blows hot air on the drivers side and cold air on the passsages side..how can i fix this?


Hi

The temperature door actuator motor on the drivers side is damage.

The actuator is what moves the temperature blend door and when it fails it usually moves the door all the way to the "hot" position.

Uninstall and reinstall this Blend door Acutator

All you have to do is.

  • Remove the fasteners (1) from the sound insulator to the instrument panel (IP) lower.
  • Remove the courtesy lamp (3) from the sound insulator by twisting the lamp a quarter turn counter-clockwise.
  • Disengage the data link connector from the insulator panel.
  • Pull the sound insulator (2) rearward and remove the sound insulator from the vehicle.
  • Remove the rear compartment lid/fuel filler door release switch assembly.

  • Partially remove the instrument cluster trim plate (2) by carefully pulling the plate rearward.
  • Disconnect the electrical connectors (5) from the trim plate (2).
  • Remove the trim plate (2).
  • Remove the fog lamp switch (4), if necessary, by releasing the retaining tabs.

  • Remove the fasteners (2,4).
  • Remove the knee bolster trim panel (3).
  • Remove the driver air mix actuator retaining screws.
  • Remove the electrical connector from the driver air mix actuator.


  • Remove the driver air mix actuator (3).
  • Thanks


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    Have a combi boiler and the hot water from my taps are running cold to luke warm. My British Gas engineer has told me it is nothing to do with the boiler but is caused by a faulty thermostat cartridge in...


    Modern shower valves have an "anti scald device" in them to prevent scalding from to hot water.

    They come preset at 120 degrees.

    Sometimes they can start to malfunction and all you get is warm, not hot water, they can also be intermittent.

    This will only effect the shower valve though, not the other faucets.

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    Water is not coming out hot enough for coffe or tea from my tefal quick cup


    It won't be hot it's like tap water. Did you see the drain for the furnace?

    Nov 25, 2008 | Air Conditioners

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    My tefal quick cup now just flows cold water ?


    Your unit more than likely has a thermal fuse built into the electrical circuit which is open. This is a built in safety to prevent overheating in the event someone failed to shut off the unit when they finished.

    Nov 06, 2008 | Air Conditioners

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    New Tefal One Cup, and it has stopped heating the water, FAQ says it needs descaling, but it is only two weeks old ???


    Sounds like Mfr defect. Do not recomend trying to repair since it is new and could void any warranty. Recomend returning to where you bought to get a new one.

    Jun 22, 2008 | Air Conditioners

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    I have a new Rheem water heater that was installed today..it is a 47 gal.


    Check the sensing end of the thermostat. Or check that the thermostat is sensing by checking the m/v output.

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